Wake Forest Baptist receives $8 million grant for innovative alcohol addiction research center

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has taken another important step against the rapidly growing issue of alcohol addiction. In its latest endeavor, the organization has awarded approximately $8 million for five years to the nationally recognized American medical center Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. The grant has been issued to establish a new research center for alcohol addiction to be named as the Wake Forest Translational Alcohol Research Center (WF-TARC). Read more

Dry January: 5 benefits of giving up alcohol for entire month

For millions across the globe, the month of January not just signifies the beginning of a brand new year, but also a monthlong break from alcohol consumption. The practice of ‘Dry January,’ an annual tradition that involves abstaining from alcohol for the entire month of January, brings along with it many benefits. While the reasons may vary, most people participating in the event to leverage numerous benefits, like fewer drinking bouts, proper sleep, improvement in skin and huge savings. Read more