Male Birth Control? New Contraceptives Making Strides in Research
In a recent study, researchers analyzed ways to lower the male sperm count. Male contraceptives are gaining interest from a number of scientists, who believe they hold promise for being safe, effective and, in fact, reversible, if researched and attempted.
Amy Winehouse Joins the 27 Club; Who Are the Other Members?
Amy Winehouse joined a long list of musicians who died at the age of 27.
Beer is Alcohol, Not Food, says New Russian Law
On Wednesday, a new Russian law declare that beer was alcohol
Study: Binge Drinking Harms Memory of Teens, Especially Girls
Long after the hangover wears off, having too many drinks, or binge drinking, can damage still-developing teenager's working memory - the ability to perceive their environment or their surroundings, according to a recent study published in the web version of the Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research journal.
Rodney King's Long Rap Sheet, DUI Arrest
Rodney King has acquired a long rap sheet after he was beaten by four LAPD officers in 1991. He was arrested on a DUI charge Tuesday in California. King has publicly stated he battles alcoholism.
A Look Back At Betty Ford’s Incredible Life (PHOTOS)
A look back at the life of Former First Lady Betty Ford
Apple WWDC 2011: Astronaut Buzz Aldrin To Discuss Space Journeys, iPhone App
While the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference which kicked off today in San Francisco is all about operating system innovations, there is a literary element to the proceedings as well.
Stanford research casts sober light on Russia's mortality crisis (FULL TEXT)
The end of an anti-alcohol campaign contributed to a plunge in mortality rates during its short life in the Gorbachev era, researchers said.
Charlie Sheen lands on Twitterverse, Tweeps not so kind
As Charlie Sheen makes an impactful land on the 'Twitterverse', the users of the microblogging site, Tweeps, are not so kind to the embattled 'Two and a Half Men' star.
Top Ten Most Drunken Countries (PHOTOS)
Eastern Europe and the countries that were formerly part of the Soviet Union have the highest rates of alcohol consumption in the world, according to a report by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Excessive drinking takes toll on New Yorkers
Excessive intake of alcohol takes toll on the health of New Yorkers, besides causing death of 1,500 adults annually.