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.
Holiday heart syndrome is a direct result of celebrations, the stress that surrounds the holidays and people drinking more alcohol.
We are coming up on the most dangerous day for pedestrians…New Year’s Day. The numbers are dramatic.
An article in The Chronicle Of Higher Education describes the prevalence of drugs, alcohol and sexual violence on campus.
Are people who drink a lot alcoholics? Federal health officials say no.
Can parents get arrested or sued for their teen’s beer party if they weren’t home?
A study of over 32,000 women has been released that takes a look at what can be done to reduce the incidence of stroke.
In the first three weeks at Temple, 43 students were taken to the hospital for alcohol consumption. Of the 43, so far only seven requested amnesty.
There are laws that make bars and bartenders legally responsible if they let an intoxicated customer drive away. Does the same hold true for valets?
The big legal issues the kids face on campus these days are drinking, hazing, and sexual assault, so you need to talk to your kids about them.
The danger in the overestimation is that a student’s perception of his or her campus drinking norm is the strongest predictor of his or her personal alcohol consumption.
Excessive drinking causes one in ten deaths among people between the ages of 20 and 64, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Researchers believe that chronic alcoholics may drink, in part, to alleviate a deficit in serotonin.