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How young adults decide when they are drunk 'enough'

How young adults decide when they are drunk 'enough'

College students go on drinking until they attain a certain level of drunkenness, after which they adjust the pace of their drinking by sipping as opposite to gulping in the beginning, a study has found.

Cheers! Your evening drink may work as anti-depressant

Cheers! Your evening drink may work as anti-depressant

 Can having a few drinks help people with clinical depression feel better and behave normally? Yes, at least in terms of biochemistry. Researchers have found that alcohol produces the same neural and molecular changes as drugs that have proven to be rapidly effective anti-depressants.

Liquor ban impact: Nitish Kumar 'touched' at Bihar woman remarrying husband after 16-years

Bihar CM was 'touched' on hearing that a couple who had been separated for 16 years, made up because of liquor ban in the state.

Liquor ban impact: Bihar woman remarries husband after 16-years, thanks Nitish Kumar

Liquor ban impact: Bihar woman remarries husband after 16-years, thanks Nitish Kumar

This is interesting. A couple who had been separated for 16 years, made because of the Bihar CM Nitish Kumar.

Watch: How do you know you are drinking too much alcohol?

Fortunately for us, there are certain separate guidelines for males and females respectively, allotted by the Centres for Disease Control, that state the standard amount of alcohol consumption.

New smartphone app may help tackle alcohol dependence

A smartphone app designed specifically to help Australians reduce their dependence on alcohol has been launched.

Empty liquor bottles can reveal alcohol use

Empty liquor bottles can reveal alcohol use

Can counting the empty liquor bottles in dustbins gauge drinking habits of people? Yes, say researchers, adding that this is an inexpensive, unobtrusive and relatively easy method.

Emma Stone not a fan of Brits swearing, drinking habits

‘Amazing Spider-Man’ star Emma Stone says she can`t understand binge-drinking and swearing which is so prevalent in Britain.

New study says mothers shape adult drinking patterns

Kids often emulate their mother, not father, when it comes to drinking habits in adulthood, says a landmark study.