Moderate drinkers who have a pattern of binge drinking are five times more likely to develop alcohol use disorders than moderate drinkers who do not binge drink.
Adolescent binge drinking has vast functional implications on the developing brain, researchers report. Binge drinking decreases function in areas responsible for sensory, motor, memory, and cognitive processes.
Researchers reveal the role corticotropin-releasing factor produced by neurons plays in alcohol withdrawal symptoms.
Advertisements for alcohol products that feature objectified women encourage both males and females to manipulate and coerce others for sex.
Alcohol use disorder is associated with a significant increase in suicidal thoughts in adults.
Light-to-moderate regular alcohol consumption is linked to reductions in overall brain volume, a new study reports.
Heavy drinkers and those at risk of alcohol use disorder show reduced communication between brain areas associated with social and emotional processing.
Up to 12% of adult drinkers experience anxiety during a hangover. Researchers examine how some are prone to feeling more anxious when experiencing a hangover.
Study explores how fetal exposure to alcohol can lead to developmental disorders and how the breast cancer-associated BRCA1 gene may play a role in preventing developmental disorders.
Mouse study reveals the presence of the Baml1 gene in the striatum has a sexually dimorphic effect on alcohol consumption. Male mice without the protein consumed more alcohol than those who did, while the reverse was true for females.
Combining psychological therapy with ketamine treatments resulted in longer periods of abstinence for those with severe alcohol use disorder, a new study reports.