January seems like the perfect month to lay off the booze for a bit, but why would you? Why?
I'm not an alcoholic, I just like getting buzzed as regularly as possible. So I tried to find an expert who'd tell me that was okay.
According to a recent study, hoppier beers such as IPAs seems to be less harmful to the liver than straight alcohol and even hop-less beer.
A team of scientists has worked tirelessly to create what they call the world’s first "functional spirit."
It's harder to get an organ transplant in California and New York than in Washington state or South Carolina. A plan to redraw the organ donation map may change that.
The H5N1 virus has been found on 69 farms in the Dordogne area—which produces 80 percent of France’s foie gras—so far. Overall, France produces 75 percent of the world’s foie gras.
A "drinking problem" can be a little hard to pin down, medically speaking.
I joined Angela Hovak Johnston, an Inuk woman living in Canada's Northwest Territories, and her 13-year-old son for his first taste of caribou and polar bear meat—traditional foods in an area where few other options are available.
"When I was eight months old doctors gave me a few months to live. Then I was put on the organ-waiting list."