Some people get hangovers after a night of drinking, while others don't, and the reason may be in their genes, a new study of twins suggests.
Neurologists found a way to predict -- with 70 percent accuracy -- which 14-year-olds will become binge drinkers by age 16. Find out the details from Laci.
Laci takes a look at some recent studies that say red wine could be totally faking it, at least as far as having health benefits goes.
Patients trying to overcome alcohol dependence fared better with the help of certain medications, a new review says. Continue reading →
An "alcohol expert" is claiming that drinking a bottle of wine every day isn't bad for you. In fact, he says it's actually good for you! Is this true?
If you've had one too many drinks, or mixed alcohol and marijuana, you might've felt like the room was spinning. It might even make you feel a bit sick. Annie discusses what causes this feeling, and offers a few theories on how to get it to stop.
If you've ever had too much to drink, you might've experienced the phenomenon of "blacking out." Trace explains what occurs in the brain once you've consumed a large amount of alcohol.
It's common among high school and college students in the United States to complain about the drinking age being higher than other countries. Trace and Laci talk about the pros and cons of lowering the drinking age to 18 in the United States.
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