Two interventions proved effective in reducing men's perpetration, but not women's experiences of violence.
The holidays are not solely about religious observations or societal celebrations, as alcohol has established itself in the festivities. But how much is too much? An addiction specialist examines.
One in six US adults binge drinks, consuming about seven drinks per binge. A new study can predict which mice are hardwired to binge drink. Is it possible to do the same for humans?
Providing support and treatment might help reduce harmful drinking behaviours in seniors.
Parents' substance use affects children's physical, psychological, cognitive, social and economic well-being, a new review of the research has found.
Harmful drinking in the armed forces is double that of the general population.
Nearly 20 years ago, Bill Clinton said that sequencing the human genome would give us a "new power to heal".
Alcohol is a leading cause of early deaths among 15- to 49-year-old women worldwide, but drinks marketers love using empowerment to sell them more products.
A Sept. 14 report on drug use suggested that opioid use has declined. But troubling trends in drinking among teens and young adults stood out. An addiction specialist explains the unique dangers.
Sobriety tags monitor how much alcohol a person drinks – can they work to reduce crime?
Ontario Premier Doug Ford is loosening the province's liquor laws. Before dismantling a system, it's a good idea to know why it was established in the first place.
What is it that makes us feel drunk when we drink? And why do we keep drinking if it can make us feel so terrible?
Facial flushing when drinking alcohol is caused by an inherited deficiency in one of the enzymes involved in the breakdown of alcohol.
The dark sheep of the Brontë family found his way into the sisters' work.
Bertha Lawson alleged that her husband, celebrated poet Henry Lawson, was habitually cruel and drunk.
Many of us don’t treat alcohol with the respect the drug demands.
How the news media distorts the reality of alcohol – new findings.
A new study has revealed heavy episodic drinking doubles the risk of family and domestic violence.
New Scottish alcoholic liver disease figures show how far country's problem is from being under control.
Women are catching up to men in rates of alcohol consumption and this has important implications for how we think about our community response to harmful alcohol use.