Researchers now say that drinking red wine might help counteract the effects of a poor diet on the immune system.
Leach, while fully supporting the general legalization of marijuana, is working on a bill that would legalize a medical form of the drug to treat epileptic seizures.
For many people, 2014 started off with a pounding headache, intense nausea and a desire to gorge on greasy food then sleep the first day of the new year away. In other words, a bad hangover.
Like something out of the Prohibition Era, police have shut down sales of alcohol at a Center City speakeasy-themed restaurant and arrested the owner on charges of forgery.
Lindsay Stevens, 30, failed to properly negotiate a curve and her van traveled off of the roadway. Her vehicle overturned several times before coming to a stop in a retention pond. According to a police investigation, alcohol and high-speeds may have contributed to the fatal accident.
A high school football player preparing for a playoff game lost control of his sports utility vehicle, leading to a head-on collision that left him, a teammate and the driver of the other car dead, and two of their teammates injured.
With Congress supposedly looking worse than a pile of dog poo to most Americans, one website is suggesting you “drunk dial” and tell your elected officials how you really feel.
Feeling like death the morning after too many cocktails? A recent study’s findings suggest you might want to reach for a Sprite.
A Pennsylvania man has been charged with driving drunk while carrying an open can of beer—on a riding lawn mower.
A Vineland go-go bar has had its liquor license revoked for serving alcohol to two underage men who were killed in a drunk driving crash after leaving.
A Pennsylvania man has been killed in what police believe was an alcohol-related crash on an all-terrain vehicle, while his friend was charged with drunken driving on another ATV.
Acting Attorney General John Hoffman said Wednesday that the fine levied against Livingston-based Briad Group should send a message to every bar and restaurant in the state that customers should always get what they pay for.
The internal effects of heavy drinking can be pretty scary, but a new app proves that the external ones can be just as frightening.
When the weather heats up, it’s the perfect time to turn to ice cream, milkshakes and more to cool off. Check out the best spots in Philly for your favorite cold treats this summer.
Hung-over? There’s an app for that…