Some of the ways alcohol affects our health are well known, but others may surprise you. Here are six less-known effects that alcohol has on your body, as well as how your liver breaks it down.
Considering doing a ‘Dry January?’ Our expert weighs in on whether abstaining from alcohol all month benefits your health.
How does how much you drink affect your weight loss efforts? Our expert discusses.
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.
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Drinking alcohol in the cold can put you at higher risk for hypothermia, dehydration and injury. Get five cold-weather alcohol safety tips.
According to a recent study, even casual drinking can put your long-term health at risk. Our liver specialist explains the findings.
Do you feel embarrassed when you drink because your face turns red? There are for two reasons alcohol can do this — and both are tied to your ethnicity.
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.
You might have a drink to relax. But alcohol can actually give you anxiety after the fact. Here’s why from dehydration to sleep disruption.
As we age, we start to metabolize alcohol differently. Discover what happens to your body when you drink a beer, glass of wine or cocktail, and why these effects intensify after age 65.