Few years ago, Bill Gates appeared on Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon to chug down "poop water," and ultimately, to convince everyone that recycled water is safe to consume.
Excessive consumption of alcohol could not only lead to liver damage, but can also increase the risk of fatal heart condition, including, heart attack, congestive heart failure and atrial fibrillation.
A new study revealed that moderate consumption of alcohol may help slowdown the decline of high-density lipoprotein (HDL), or good cholesterol, as people age.
A self-driving truck developed by Otto, a startup of Uber, recently made its first commercial delivery last week without a real human driver behind the wheel.
Twitter is not only a venue for rants and raves, musings and thoughts, and of status updates of celebrities. It can be possibly a venue for researchers to find out about Twitter users' health by analyzing their tweets.
Scientists are finding ways to make euthanizing as humanely as possible. The latest solution: beer, at least for invertebrates.
A new study revealed that alcohol consumption may produce the similar biochemical changes as rapid antidepressant drugs, which may result to a non-depressive behavior lasting for about 24 hours.
Synthetic alcohol that can give the same pleasure and enjoyment like regular alcohol but without hang over may soon be available.
A new study reveals that beers could influence people's social and sexual perception, making them happier and more friendly.
Drinking in college is customary, but a certain segment of students are at higher risk for binge-drinking and the dangerous behaviors it invokes.
Recycling just got a bit weirder as scientist were able to develop a solar-powered machine that can turn urine into beer.
A new study shows that people in China established advanced beer-brewing technology by using specialized tools and creating favorable fermentation conditions 5,000 years ago.
A Florida brewery made a significant innovation that could save, protect and even feed marine life: edible six-pack rings for beer made out of by-products of beer production.
A study by Italian scientists showed that drinking moderate amounts of beer daily is good for the heart -- but an expert warns that the studies used as the basis for the research may not be completely accurate.