Becoming sober curious is the latest wellness trend, introducing people to sobriety in the name of health. The benefits of sober living include better sleep, weight loss and reduced cancer risk.
Health experts say the widespread availability of alcohol and a lack of education around serving sizes may be contributing to alcohol-use disorders in young adults.
Heavy alcohol use among Americans has been on the rise in recent years. One dangerous aspect of the trend: binge-drinking. One recent study shows that more than 37 million Americans reported binge-drinking in a year’s time.
Most of us know that when a mother drinks alcohol during pregnancy, she puts her baby at high risk of developing fetal alcohol spectrum disorder. A new study shows that the rate at which children are impacted by these life-long disabilities may be higher than previously estimated.
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