The “Science” of Hangovers
The “Science” of Hangovers
As advanced as humans are, we still don’t have a handle on how to tame our response to a night of drinking.
The “Science” of Hangovers
The “Science” of Hangovers

As advanced as humans are, we still don’t have a handle on how to tame our response to a night of drinking.

As advanced as humans are, we still don’t have a handle on how to tame our response to a night of drinking.

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The Search for a Hangover Cure
The Search for a Hangover Cure
The Scientist Staff | Jan 1, 2019
Meet the author of a new book that explores the past, present, and future of research into how to salve the alcohol-addled brain and body.
Different Alcoholic Drinks Tied to Different Moods
Different Alcoholic Drinks Tied to Different Moods
Catherine Offord | Nov 22, 2017
An online survey finds that people report feeling most relaxed with a glass of red wine or beer, and most aggressive when drinking spirits.
Study: Alcohol Industry Distorts Cancer Risk
Study: Alcohol Industry Distorts Cancer Risk
Bob Grant | Sep 10, 2017
Researchers claim that industry groups worldwide misrepresent the carcinogenicity of alcohol products.
The Death Toll Tied to Sweet Drinks
The Death Toll Tied to Sweet Drinks
Kerry Grens | Jul 1, 2015
Annually, about 184,000 deaths annually are linked to drinking sugary beverages, according to a new study.
Binge-Drinking Trigger?
Binge-Drinking Trigger?
Jef Akst | May 12, 2015
Researchers identify a protein linked to excessive consumption of alcohol in animal models.
Glass Shape Speeds Drinking
Jef Akst | Aug 31, 2012
The shape of the glass holding your favorite brew can affect how quickly you get drunk.