Drinking: No more a male-dominated indulgence

Gender differences have historically been associated with drinking. Men are believed to be more involved in drinking alcohol than women. However, recent data shows that women are catching up fast with males even when it comes to drinking. Therefore, the trend of “sex convergence” is being increasingly witnessed among young adolescents. Read more

Drinking, whether moderate or heavy, may result in hemorrhagic stroke, says study

Some people in the nation believe moderate drinking to be healthy owing to findings of previous researches claiming drinking in moderation is healthy for heart. The observations have been corroborated by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) that stressed that moderate drinking may result in alleviating potential risk of heart disorders, ischemic stroke and diabetes. Read more