How common is alcohol abuse in cities around the world?
From Dublin to Dubai, Hopes&Fears looked at self-reported statistics and factors that affect alcohol abuse around the world.
From price gouging to public sex, what it's like to be a bartender in NYC
In the latest installment of our anonymous interview series, we spoke with two bartenders who have mixed and served drinks in a range of establishments across New York City.
Why do hangovers induce guilt?
We're all familiar with the physical effects of drinking too much, but what about the psychological sense of guilt that dogs us the morning after? We asked the experts.
Science proves that eating pears will prevent hangovers
Consuming pears, in particular, Korean pear juice, before drinking, "significantly reduced" hangover symptoms compared to a placebo drink.
Study says UK gov's drinking guidelines "incompatible" with country's habits
A new study in the journal Addiction suggests that the UK government's alcohol guidelines are useless.