Holiday festivities are underway, and that means plenty of food and drinks. But, can those drinks cause you to have a heart attack?
Your booze is probably too cheap.
That’s probably not something most people who enjoy beer, wine, or any other alcoholic beverage think at the store or bar, but it’s a view widely shared by public health and drug policy experts — especially as the effective price has fallen due to market competition, mass production, and policies that have failed to keep up with inflation.
Drinking hard alcohol will make you experience the strongest emotions while wine and beer will leave you relaxed.
For those who plan to enjoy drinks over the festive season, you may have realized that a glass of wine puts you to sleep but hard drinks energise you.
NEW YORK - Rochester Institute of Technology students allegedly used their college-issued identification cards, cards that don't include dates of birth, to purchase alcohol at two adjoining Scottsville Road businesses.
The New York State Liquor Authority on Thursday stopped the businesses — Father Son Wine & Spirits and Joey's Mini Mart — from selling alcohol, effective immediately.
If you’re counting calories, a glass of wine might be your alcoholic beverage of choice, as it’s a lighter option than many other mixed drinks.
Reduced-calorie wines can save you even more calories, perhaps enough to earn a few bites of cheese or chocolate. Of course, you have also ask yourself: Are you actually enjoying it?
Many of us are heading home for the holidays. Others scheduled vacations months in advance, flocking south and away from the ice and snow, or northward to popular winter locales. Wherever your destination may be, it’s important to be aware of the thousands of others headed in that same direction.
BETHESDA, M.D. (WCMH) – Police say that so much alcohol was consumed at a college party that the air inside the building tested positive for alcohol.
Around 70 people attended the party at a Maryland split-level home, WJLA reported. It was advertised on Facebook as “Tequila Tuesday Hoy a las 22:00.”
The holidays are here and that means lots of parties and family gatherings, many that include alcohol. While safe social drinking isn't a problem heavy drinking is on the rise in the United States.
Binge drinking, once associated with hard partying college students, is now making its way into mainstream America increasing at alarming rates among middle and upper class adults.
HAMMOND — Though bootlegging is most commonly associated with Prohibition, bathtub gin and gangsters like Al Capone, federal prosecutors say it's alive and well in Northwest Indiana.
The federal government has seized $1 million from a Hammond liquor store alleged to have sold booze to Illinois liquor stores so they could dodge the higher state alcohol taxes in the Land of Lincoln.
Alcohol brands like Heineken and William Grant & Sons have concerns about using Snapchat as a marketing platform because they don’t think the app’s age-filtering feature is effective. But that’s not a hurdle for Moët.