If a person signs a contract while drunk, can that contact be enforced?
Every barroom has a story; it’s just that some are better than others. Let’s take a tour of a few favorites, both near and far.
A growing number of adolescents are drinking and drinking to extremes in part because of the message in advertisements.
Anheuser-Busch is apologizing for ad copy that appeared on bottles saying Bud Light removes the word ‘no’ from drinkers’ vocabulary.
Teens frequently exposed to movies featuring liquor consumption were apparently twice as likely to have alcohol-related problems in real life.
Twenty-two million Americans have a substance abuse problem and there is no doubt that alcohol can be a drug of choice.
If you’re still recovering from St. Patrick’s Day two days after the fact, you’re not alone. At least not in the Philadelphia region.
Loaded with more than 40 supposed cures for that throbbing head, the Hangover Cures app will also answer some common questions about recovery.
What are the legal limits on alcohol advertising? Fewer than you think.
Getting a fake ID is kind of a rite of passage – but let’s take a minute to talk about the penalties of getting caught.
When a person is suffering from severe depression, drinking can lead that person to committing suicide, when he otherwise might not.
A history of alcoholism is, in fact, a disability and under the Americans with Disabilities Act, employers must make accommodations accordingly.
The Next Glass app can offer a drink you’re likely to enjoy based on a taste profile built from beers and wines you’ve already had.
We are creatures dependent on water. There is no doubt that our bodies tell us when we need water by making us thirsty and desirous of more. But how does thirst work?
If you grew cucumbers you pickled this summer, enjoy a few as you toast to 2015 and you’ll feel better in the morning.