Alcohol Awareness Month: Drinking may increase breast cancer risk

Alcohol Awareness Month: Drinking may increase breast cancer risk

The fact that nearly 30,700 alcohol-induced deaths were reported in the United States in 2014 reveals the hesitation shown by Americans to curb their drinking habits. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an estimated 88,000 people succumb to the disorders attributed to excessive alcohol use annually. Read more

Alcohol Awareness Month: How alcohol is a burden on American economy

Alcohol Awareness Month: How alcohol is a burden on American economy

“Love your enemies,” the Bible tells the believers, and America, it seems, strongly believes in this line, at least as far as it is alcohol – probably a human being’s biggest enemy. For, drinking is so deep-rooted in the American culture that people go to the extent of drowning themselves in alcohol. Read more

Alcohol Awareness Month: Gut bacteria linked to alcoholic liver disorders

Alcohol Awareness Month: Gut bacteria linked to alcoholic liver disorders

The glitz and glamor of alcohol has its adverse effects too. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an estimated 30,700 alcohol-induced deaths were reported in America in 2014 alone. Read more