1. Blackouts Are Caused by How You Drink Alcohol—Not Just How Much

    By Robyn White Blackouts after a wild night out are blamed on high alcohol consumption, but any temporary memory loss also depends on how the drinks are consumed, according to research. The speed of becoming drunk, length of time intoxication levels are increased for, and the peak
  2. How you drink alcohol is key to liver disease risk — not the quantity

    LONDON — Binge drinkers are three times more likely to suffer liver damage compared to individuals who consume a daily glass of wine, new research reveals. Scientists in London say the pattern of alcohol consumption is a more accurate predictor of liver disease risk than the tota
  3. Six words Irish people use to mean 'drunk'

    By Rudi Kinsella Irish people do have a reputation for being fond of a drink - rightly or wrongly - and pubs are full of people enjoying themselves of every weekend. The studies show that Ireland are among the biggest binge drinkers in the world, and as a result, we do have a few c
  4. Indian researchers find no link between sudden death and COVID shots

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian researchers found no evidence that COVID-19 vaccination was behind "unexplained sudden deaths", a medical organisation said on Tuesday, instead pointing to the disease itself, binge drinking and intense exercise as risk factors. The Indian Council of M
  5. Irish people among biggest binge drinkers in the world

    By Brian Dillon Irish people are among the biggest binge drinkers in the world, according to a new study. Ireland is among 33 countries with "heavy episodic drinking". A quarter of the Irish population gets drunk at least once a month, the study conducted by the Organisation for Ec
  6. Chef who went for one drink after flight was delayed ended up on bender lasting 43 days

    By Paul Donald A man who went for a single drink in an airport bar while waiting for a connecting flight ended up going missing on a 43-day bender. Chef Uthai Waenbarb, 36, who had been working at a restaurant in Budapest, Hungary , boarded a flight back to his home in Thailand, but
  7. Cannabis, Psychedelics Use And Binge Drinking At All-Time High Among Adults, Teens Remain Stable, Fed Study Finds

    By Maureen Meehan Cannabis and psychedelics consumption continued on a long-term upward trajectory to reach all-time highs in 2022, according to a Monitoring the Future (MTF) study. Although teenage marijuana use showed a year-over-year decline per last summer’s survey . Past-year h
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