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About a fifth of white Americans carry the mutation, researchers say
Study says brain microstructural changes may lead to cognitive problems
You can save money and the wines taste better, according to some experts.
But raising the price of booze draws a strong backlash from the industry and some consumers.
Researchers debunk common holiday and wintertime health myths
In parts of the country, nearly 1 in 10 adults drinks heavily. Elsewhere, fewer than 1 percent do.
Tipsy and drunk mean different things to men and women and could alter treatment, study finds
The research is limited, but some experts think early exposure may play a role.
The National Press Club was the first to win its liquor license back after Prohibition.
A taste-testing of today's blogosphere.