The number of U.S. deaths at work from unintentional drug and alcohol overdoses jumped more than 30% in 2016, according to new government data, showing that the nation’s struggle with a deadly opioid epidemic is migrating to the workplace.
The Beer Institute (BI) and the National Beer Wholesalers Association (NBWA) have made an early New Year’s resolution: improve beer category health.
This wine will give you a buzz, but not a hangover.
A California-based winery created a bottle of wine infused with cannabis and no alcohol that could get you high and promises to prevent that awful next-day feeling you get after tossing back too much booze.
Professor David Nutt was once the chairman of the United Kingdom’s Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs. But he was fired from the post in 2009 after suggesting horse riding was more dangerous than MDMA,3,4 methylenedioxymethamphetamine—ecstacy.
WARREN, OH — The city’s first craft brewery in well more than a century is focused beyond serving a good pint of specialty beer. Its owners say they want to create opportunities for veterans.
Women’s Christian Temperance Union, which had a chapter here, was fundamental in pushing for Prohibition
Monday marks the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 18th Amendment banning the manufacture, sale and transportation of alcohol in the United States.
The amendment, which led to Prohibition, received a thumbs-up vote from U.S. Rep. W.W. Griest, who represented Lancaster County at the time. It was ratified in 1919 and went into effect in January 1920.
Americans have a much more complicated relationship with alcohol it seems than other countries, in which it's much more common for parents to allow their kids to have a sip of alcohol at the dinner table.
A new study published in the British Medical Journal has revealed that the size of a wine glass has increased almost seven times since 1700, rising from an average capacity of 66ml to 449ml in 2016/17.
Alcohol has long been a part of Alaskan culture, and Alaskans have a legendary thirst for alcoholic beverages. The remoteness of Alaska, seasonal darkness, isolation, and loneliness creates a tremendous need to socialize, which provides a unique niche for bars to prosper.
Parents could be storing up problems for their children by introducing them to alcohol too young and ordering takeaways too often, researchers warn.
Two universities found that one in six parents gives their children alcohol by the age of 14, when their body and brain are not yet fully developed. Many parents may believe they are acting responsibly - but that's not backed up by research, experts said.
Regular takeaways were a risk to the heart, a separate study said.