Most doctors don’t talk to their patients about alcohol use even though drinking is responsible for almost 90,000 deaths each year.
Two Connecticut teenagers were arrested last month and charged with reckless endangerment after allowing a highly-intoxicated friend to drive. She died.
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.
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New Year’s celebrations mean that drunk drivers will be on the road. Wear seat belts and do what you can to avoid becoming a statistic.
The BAC Alcohol Calculator will let you input the drinks you’ve had and estimate your blood alcohol content – as well as when that will reach zero.
When it comes to drinking, we’re all about going underground. That used to mean drinks at a speakeasy, but now it means in a cave. Check out the world’s best bars in a cave.
Commercials and public service announcements often use fear to try to scare someone into healthier behavior. But is it a good idea to frighten people? And, is it effective?
Dining out and love the wine? The Drync app lets you snap a photo of the label, then rate and share the wine – as well as order some immediately.
The Boppl app is an alcoholic version of Fandango. Just place your bar order and hit submit.
Feeling like death the morning after too many cocktails? A recent study’s findings suggest you might want to reach for a Sprite.
Have yourself a local experience or go farther afield to find cocktails with some spectacular water views within a two hour flight of home.
Sean Covey’s book, The Six Most Important Decisions You’ll Ever Make, promotes down to earth discussions that resonant with kids.
If you’re a barfly who likes to try microbrews, Beer Hunt just might be the app for you.
The internal effects of heavy drinking can be pretty scary, but a new app proves that the external ones can be just as frightening.