Articles Tagged with alcohol

Alcoholic? Coffee Can Negate Potential Liver Cancer

liver cancer

If you are a heavy drinker of alcohol, perhaps you have thought about the possible health risks. Now, a new study says that you can negate some of those health risks by maintaining a steady intake of coffee. A study performed by the World Cancer Research Fund based in London in collaboration with the American… Read more »

Liam Payne: Pressure, Drinking, And Touring With One Direction

Liam Payne

One Direction star Liam Payne reacted furiously earlier this week when it was suggested that he may have a problem with alcohol. It was widely reported across the media that 21-year-old Liam took to Twitter to defend himself and he pointed out, very emphatically, that he does not have a problem with alcohol. Liam took… Read more »

Alcoholic Drinks Linked To Reduced Heart Failure Risk


The health risks and benefits of alcohol have always been a hot topic of debate in research. Alcohol is largely attributed as the cause of a multitude of health complications from high blood pressure to cancer. This new study, recently reported by Medical News Today and published in the European Heart Journal shows a counter-intuitive… Read more »

Scientists Get Birds Drunk To See If They Slur Their Speech

Slurred Speech

A new study published in the science journal, PLOS ONE, says that birds slur their speech when they’re drunk. Researchers in Oregon got several lab zebra finches hammered and analyzed their bird songs to learn more about alcohol-induced speech impairment. The scientists quickly found that drunk birds slur their speech in the same way that… Read more »

The Existence Of Beer Goggles Confirmed By Researchers

Beer Goggles

Beer Goggles, the commonly known phenomenon which makes other people more attractive after a few drinks, has been substantiated by a group of researchers. A recently concluded study has proven that people are more attractive after a few alcoholic drinks. The research, conducted by the University of Bristol’s Tobacco and Alcohol Research Group (TARG), conducted… Read more »

Hockey Fans Sue Arena Over Beer Prices


A handful of hockey fans, in Boise Idaho, are suing a Boise arena on Tuesday,saying they were conned into thinking a beer, worth $7, contained more brew than a beer worth $4. According to ESPN, CenturyLink Arena, home of the Idaho Steelheads hockey team, defrauded customers, by charging and extra $3 more for a tall,… Read more »

Cory Monteith: Alcohol, Substances Allegedly Found In Hotel Room

Cory Monteith new details. Alcohol, substances allegedly found in hotel.

New details have emerged about the tragic death of Cory Monteith. Reports are surfacing that “numerous amounts of alcohol” and other substances were allegedly found in his hotel room Saturday. E! News is reporting that a sources have revealed that the late Glee star had reportedly been “partying with his friends” at “at least one… Read more »

Beer Belly A Myth, Researchers Say

Beer Belly Just A Myth, According To Medical Science

The beer belly myth is getting the boot thanks to a food science professor who says the science doesn’t add up. Typical wisdom for many holds that drinking beer regularly, rather than wine or liquor, leads to a protruding midsection. But medical science disagrees. “There’s nothing magical about the alcohol in beer, it’s just alcohol,”… Read more »

Kids See More Alcohol, Less Tobacco In Movies [Study]

Alcohol And Tobacco Movies

Kids see more alcohol and less tobacco in today’s movies, according to a new study. The folks at JAMA Pediatrics took a look at approximately 1,400 Hollywood films released between 1996 and 2009. Researchers found that there are considerably fewer tobacco ads in modern movies than there were in the past. However, the amount of… Read more »