The month of April is designated as national Alcohol Awareness Month, and Mountain Family Health Centers would like to provide education on the dangers of underage drinking and drug use and disavow the notion that participation in these behaviors is a "rite of passage" for youth.
Why Indians drink less beer than rest of Asia; the reason is a little whiskey and a lot of restrictions
Beer is like Stockholm Syndrome: you dislike it until you start liking it and get addicted to it. And while world over, beer is a popular alcoholic drink, Indians drink it less than the rest of Asia.
Beer is one of the most popular beverages in the world, and holidays such as St. Patrick's Day act as a reminder of the cultural importance beer has around the globe.
In our age of wellness and enrichment, people still like to have fun, but they want to monitor what they put into their bodies. A new Oregon study found that young people believe alcohol does more harm to their bodies that marijuana.
According to Nielsen, three out of four consumers decide which alcoholic category they plan to purchase from ahead of time, meaning there is incredible value in being — and staying — top of mind.
Why The Healthcare Industry Should Pay Particular Attention To Drug And Alcohol Issues In The Workplace
While all employers struggle with navigating the ever-changing landscape of drug and alcohol issues in the workplace, healthcare employers should pay particularly close attention.
Many Hoosiers are celebrating their kids’ spring breaks right now. Others are counting down the days until their breaks begin.
Distilled Spirits Council Launches New Branding Initiative Including Modern Logo, Website & Annual Report
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Distilled Spirits Council today announced the launch of a rebranding initiative, featuring a new logo, website and annual report, as part of an ongoing modernization effort.
One of the challenges of running a bar is conducting an inventory. This is because the inventory is fluid (pun intended) and very hard to keep track of if you are not on top of things.
PISCATAWAY, NJ - A new study led by a Colorado State University researcher indicates that riding with an impaired driver is prevalent among emerging adults, with 33 percent of recent high school grads reporting the risky behavior at least once in the previous year.