Now a report in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism finds that people who drink too much have increased odds of developing metabolic syndrome.
Holiday Heart Syndrome describes an irregular heart beat or other heart problems as a result of too much alcohol and rich food.
The school terminated Symantha Hicks, a guidance counselor at the school, after she allegedly provided alcohol to two cadets last Saturday.
According to a study, women who drink between three and six glasses of wine per week are at slightly higher risk of breast cancer.
Health: Small Amounts Of Alcohol Can Increase A Woman’s Risk Of Developing Breast Cancer, According To New Study
A warning for women who drink alcohol, even just a little bit. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on how women who drink less than six alcoholic beverages a week could be increasing their risk of breast cancer by 15 percent.
South Philadelphia neighbors are talking about Tuesday night’s prostitution raid at The Downtowners Mummers Club.
Hundreds of motorcycle riders will make a racket in Bucks County next Sunday in an annual fundraiser.
Choose your drink, choose who to send it to — it can be you or some friends, pay $1 per drink, and when the BarTab alert arrives, just take it to the bar before it expires.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Want a little wine with dinner? People can’t do that in an Ocean City restaurant although there’s a move that could change that. The town has been legally dry since it’s inception […]
In his first capitol news conference since being elected governor, Tom Corbett indicated this week that he’s not too pleased with a planned action by the Liquor Control Board that could result in price increases for consumers.
Drinking alcohol has been a big taboo for moms-to-be. But a growing number of pregnant women are shunning the “no drinking” policy, and the new research is backing them up.
It was a celebration of life without drugs and alcohol Saturday morning as thousands gathered at Penn’s Landing for the 10th Annual Pro-Act Recovery Walk.
by KYW’s medical editor Dr. Brian McDonough Every summer there are tragic reports of drownings. Many could have been prevented. Sadly, many people fail to take the necessary precautions to help avoid problems.
by KYW’s medical editor Dr. Brian McDonough The July 4th holiday is a time of celebration and certainly we should pause and reflect on how fortunate we are to live in this great country with […]
by KYW’s Tony Romeo The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board has thrown the switch on the first two wine kiosks that will begin sprouting up in supermarkets across the state. But don’t look for any in […]