A recent study from the University of New South Wales found that the great gender booze gap has nearly closed. To find out why, I decided to conduct my own scientific analysis—and consult some experts.
I also learned a lot about scat play.
This morning, Ted Cruz was booed off stage at the Republican convention for failing to endorse Donald Trump, a newly released video shows a North Miami police officer shooting a black man who was caring for his autistic patient, and more.
An animated talking horse is arguably the most realistic depressed alcoholic on TV.
This makes keggers a little more depressing.
The use of kambo—the poison of a bright green frog—is on the rise as an alternative treatment for depression and drug dependency. But does it actually work?
For years, a typical Monday morning would see me covered in my own piss, vomit, and vodka.
"I would smell the alcohol on her breath, and it would really stress me out because of my prior drinking problem."
Men are falling behind in one Canadian oil town and, not surprisingly, they aren't handling it well.
Harm reduction agencies are giving chronic alcoholics "beverage-alcohol" to stop them from drinking poison.
We asked a few of our friends and colleagues to share their thoughts on alcohol and the role its played in their lives.
When you've got a true problem with alcohol, your only two options are quitting or dying.
Alcohol abuse has been a problem in the military for centuries. Tom Harrison House in Liverpool says it's the only charity running a residential rehab program exclusively for veterans with addiction problems.
The things you think when you start thinking of yourself as an "adult."
Women are closing the gender gap when it comes to throwing back cold ones.
New information traces the familiar Australian accent back to early settlers and their drunken get-togethers.
According to research, about 25 percent of adults who are treated for alcohol and substance abuse also have ADHD.
The woman was told to stay sober by her employer but the Manitoba Human Rights Commission says they didn't have the right to do that.
A lost fortune, an attempted murder... Stephen Gerard-Hayden has lived a life you wouldn't believe.
A "drinking problem" can be a little hard to pin down, medically speaking.
Waking up beside a stranger with no memory of why I was naked, losing wallets and friends on the regular. Blacking out at a prof's house. None of this struck me as a big deal at the time.
There is nothing more uncomfortable than feeling as though you are not in complete control of the systems that function within you. You know there is no logical reason for feeling this way. And yet, in spite of it all, you do.
A Pittsburg woman is claiming her former employer fired her because she went to rehab, and she might have a case.
By her own admission, my mother says she never stopped loving me through all that hell. But now she can finally like me again.