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Article Category: Alcohol

Alcohol-Related Deaths Have Doubled For American Adults

Hayley Hudson ❘

The rates of deaths from alcohol-related problems have doubled from 1999 to 2017. The numbers are increasing rapidly for women.

New Study Disproves Notion That Women With Children Binge Drink More Often

Nathan Yerby ❘

Nationwide alcohol trends do not support "mommy drinking culture," the common idea that women with children are more inclined to binge drink.

Preloading Before Going Out Causes Increased Intoxication, Study Confirms

Krystina Murray ❘

A Griffith University study focused on the practice of preloading, or drinking before going out to drink more alcohol.

Prosecutors Charge Five Men For Fatal Alcohol Poisoning Of Underage Student At Fraternity Party

Nathan Yerby ❘

Prosecutors in Orange County, CA have charged five UC Irvine fraternity brothers for the fatal alcohol poisoning of Noah Domingo, an 18-year-old student.

Can Young Adult Polysubstance Use Be Prevented?

Krystina Murray ❘

According to a new study, young adults in the United States (aged 18-25 years) are reporting increasingly high rates of polysubstance use.

Gut Bacteria Causes Man To Become Drunk Without Alcohol

Jena Hilliard ❘

A Chinese man was discovered with a rare condition that causes him to become drunk without drinking any alcohol due to a strain of gut bacteria.

Alcohol Consumption In Russia Has Declined By 43% Since 2003

Nathan Yerby ❘

A WHO report shows that restrictions on alcohol sales have caused Russians to drink less alcohol. Consequently, life expectency in Russia has increased.

New Study Shows Depression And Binge Drinking Is More Common Among Military Spouses

Jena Hilliard ❘

A new study found rates of depression and binge drinking to be higher among female spouses of military personnel than women outside the military community.

Young Australian Drinkers Are Notably Selfie-Conscious

Krystina Murray ❘

New research suggests that young Australian drinkers are more 'selfie-conscious,' and are less likely to binge drink or use illict drugs as a result.

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