How Fraternity Culture Encourages Excessive Drinking
New research finds alcohol consumption is higher in chapters where members are expected to assert their masculinity.
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What Can 'Drunken Monkeys' Teach Us About Alcohol Addiction?
Turns out, our ancient ancestors' consumption of fermented fruits created a genetic mutation that be the cause of alcoholism in people today.
Think Alcohol's Good for You? Not So Fast, Researchers Say
It turns out the benefits of light to moderate drinking might have been exaggerated.
Culture as a Form of Control: All Hail New Orleans' Go-Cup
Experiencing the liquor laws of The Big Easy can remind you of the power of culture to render alternative ways of life invisible.
Alcohol Increases Aggression Before You've Taken a Sip
New research confirms that exposure to the idea of alcohol heightens aggressive behavior.
Study: Many Popular Songs Include References to Tequila
New research finds 6.4 percent of top hits include a mention of a specific brand of alcohol.
How to Stay Healthy Even if You Can't Avoid Stress on the Job
One researcher, who recognized that avoiding stress at work was, for some, completely unrealistic, went looking for alternatives.