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Is This Trial Really Disappointing News for Non-Alcoholic Steatohepatitis Sufferers?

Enanta Pharmaceuticals Inc. (NASDAQ: ENTA) shares dropped on Thursday after the company announced topline results from its Argon-1 Phase 2a study of EDP-305 for the treatment of non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH). ...
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How Much People Spend on Alcohol in 22 Major American Cities

The share of Americans who drink alcohol has climbed slightly in recent years. According to a recent Gallup poll, 65% of American adults drink alcohol, up from 63% in ...
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Here Are the Colleges With the Most Drug and Alcohol Arrests

The University of Wyoming isn’t particularly known as a party school, but students there apparently do like to drink, and don’t always do it wisely. It has the dubious honor ...
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Say Goodbye to Hangovers With These New No- and Low-Alcohol Spirits

Binge drinking by teenagers has declined. Millennials consume less alcohol than they used to, and many say they prefer cannabis (increasingly widely available and even legal) to booze. Nielsen data ...
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Would You Go to a Pub Where Only Low-Alcohol Drinks Are Served?

Britain’s pubs are places to meet with friends, socialize with strangers, have some pub grub, and -- let’s face it -- maybe get a little tipsy. At a new pub ...
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Study: Alcohol Might Help Seniors Live Longer

“Getting old,” actress Bette Davis once remarked, “isn’t for sissies.” Physical disabilities, waning energy levels, mental fog… It’s not a pretty picture. But here’s some good news: A recent study ...
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Health Groups Push For Warning Labels on Alcohol to Include Cancer

Health Groups Push for Warning Labels on Alcohol to Include Cancer

Five public health and consumer protection organizations have joined together to ask the U.S. government to require new warning labels on all alcoholic beverages. The American Institute for Cancer Research, ...
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Budweiser Owner to Make K-Cup Machine for Alcohol

People soon will be able to make alcoholic beverages with a K-Cup machine that takes pods for different cocktail types and beer. The new system will be offered by Anheuser-Busch ...
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Cities That Spend the Most on Alcohol

People in the United States are drinking more, and some are spending a bigger share of their income on alcohol. A recent study published in the Journal of the American ...
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The Safest Level of Drinking Alcohol: None

In nearly 10% of global deaths for people between the ages of 15 and 49, alcohol use is a leading risk factor. In 2016, alcohol use led to 2.8 million ...
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Drugs, Alcohol, Suicide Causes of Low US Life Expectancy

The average life expectancy for residents of the 30 developed countries that comprise the Organization for Economic and Community Development (OECD) is 80.3 years. The life expectancy for a U.S. ...
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Alcoholism Rises in US; Study Says 1 in 8 Adults Considered to Be an Alcoholic

The rate alcohol use disorder, also known as alcoholism, rose by 49% in the first decade of the 2000s, according to a new study published in JAMA Psychiatry this month. ...
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Of 9 Million College Students, 1.2 Million Drink Alcohol on Any Given Day

According to a new federal study, 1.2 million full-time U.S. college students out of a total population of 9 million had an alcoholic beverage on an average day and nearly ...
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Top 10% of Drinkers Consume More Than 50% of All Alcoholic Beverages

Alcohol consumption in the United States is not democratic. Among adults aged 18 and older, 30% don’t drink any alcohol at all. Another 30% consumes less than one drink per ...
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Red Bull May Be Hurt by Alcohol Consumption Study

The journal Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research has just published a study that concludes that combining energy drinks with alcohol tends to increase overall desire to drink more, compared to ...
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