Alcohol allergies are pretty rare, but intolerance is a lot more common
But that doesn't mean you're imagining things.
Animal, vegetable, miserable
No need to sniffle about it, though.
Risk is not a diagnosis.
The answer depends on your symptoms
Why it makes some people sick and what food scientists are trying to do about it
One gadget could help cops catch lots of intoxicated drivers
It's going to take more than 10 percent of your brain to read this story
Alcoholism rose 49 percent in the last decade.
Finding out which microbes dealt it
We still don't really know if our gut bacteria are making us fat
You can do more for your health. And it's not that hard.
If it feels hard to keep up with nutritional advice, don't worry—cardiologists are here to help.
One cannot live on kale alone
Putting the "party" in "artery"
Cosmetic supplements have a lot of claims, but not enough science.
And figuring out why and how could save lives.
A new study has mostly just confirmed what we already knew.
Light drinking may prolong your life—but it's more complicated than that.
Drinking is part of American life, but its health consequences may be underplayed.
It all comes down to the way we used to study drinking.
Quantifying how alcohol hurts non-drinkers is difficult, but a new paper shows the way.