Mixology - art and science at play in a glass
Indian palette has always been spice driven and we all know the history of spices.
Regular exercise slows down ageing: study
Researchers assessed the health of older adults who had exercised most of their adult lives to see if this could slow down ageing.
Sauce it up, baby!
Traditionally used as marinade, hot sauces are now finding a place on the bartender’s shelf.
Coca Cola gears up to launch alcoholic beverage in Japan
The world's largest soft drinks company is currently experimenting with an alcopop-style beverage.
Letting kids to taste alcohol may up drinking related risks
Early sipping represents what is often a child's first direct experience with drinking.
Indian-origin men among gangs using drugs, alcohol to sexually abuse UK women
A police operation called Sanctuary published a review based on which a report was drawn.
Young men’s drinking tied to later liver disease risk
The threshold amount of alcohol linked to liver damage may be lower than previously thought.
Here are the 4 kinds of drinkers
Researchers developed a motivational model of alcohol use to help treat heavy drinkers.
How this drug could repair binge drinking brain damage
Here is what a new study has found.
Spouses have strong influence on risk for alcohol abuse
It’s long been known that spouses tend to resemble each other in alcohol consumption and abuse.