Study: Moderate Drinking May Offer Some Protective Health BenefitsA new study reveals that moderate alcohol consumption may just be good for you.
Regular Alcohol Consumption Could Reduce Diabetes Risk, Study FindsRegular consumption of certain alcoholic drinks in moderate amounts could cut a person's risk of developing diabetes, according to a new study.
Binge Drinking Down Among College Students, Study FindsAn ongoing study started in 1999 has revealed binge drinking among college students is finally going down.
New York Restaurant Has One-Drink Maximum For Parents With KidsA New York restaurant refuses to serve a second alcoholic beverage to parents eating with their kids to cut down drunk driving.
Haagen-Dazs Testing Out Alcohol-Infused Ice CreamHow would you like to enjoy some alcohol with your ice cream?
South Jersey Shore Town Can't Get A Taker For A Liquor LicenseThere are towns down the shore, like Ocean City, where you can't buy an alcoholic beverage. Now it appears there's a town where no one wants to sell you one.
New Study Denies There Are Health Benefits To Moderate DrinkingPrior studies that concluded moderate alcohol consumption is healthy aren't necessarily correct, new research suggests.
Climate Change Leading To Higher Alcohol Content In Wine?The earth's climate is always changing and many businesses have to adapt to the differences that arise. One of those businesses is the wine industry.
Bill Aims To Expand Delaware Alcohol Sales On SundaysA bill to expand the hours for Sunday alcohol sales is up for a vote in the Delaware State House.
Zeoli Show Log 01.04.17Rich discussed Vice President elect Mike Pence vowing to shutdown Obamacare, Chuck Schumer's new phrase 'Make America sick again' and the latest regarding the Russia hacking. He also discussed Philadelphia's ranking on the bed bugs list, Philadelphia's soda tax and CNN using a scene from a game to explain Russian hacking.
People Waste 724 Days Nursing Hangovers, Study FindsA study finds that adults lose more than two years to hangover engulfed days.
Study: White Wine May Increase Melanoma RiskResearchers say each drink per day of white wine was associated with a 13 percent increased risk of melanoma.