Researchers believe that chronic alcoholics may drink, in part, to alleviate a deficit in serotonin.
Happy Hours shows all of the food and drink specials near you – along with when you can get them. The app covers over 100 cities and is adding more all the time.
The FDA has been asked by lawmakers to step in to prevent the sale of powdered alcohol.
The Distiller app helps you pick just the right whiskey, depending on the setting you’ll be in and the flavor profile you enjoy.
If there were no penalties, monetary concern on the part of the establishment that makes money off the alcohol would almost certainly override all other concerns.
Like craft beer? The Brewery Passport app helps you find microbreweries, brew pubs and similar establishments.
Partied a bit too much last night, huh? The Hangover Cures app could be your best friend today.
There is a recent trend to warn people about ‘buzzed driving’ because it may pose a serious danger to the driver and others.
Plans are underway to host a Guinness World Record-breaking pub crawl right here in Philadelphia.
It seems innocent enough. Doctors say that, for most people, one drink won’t get them legally drunk. But new research has found that for people over 55, one drink can turn them into dangerous drivers.
If there’s a way we can attack addictions, try to understand them and deal with them, so much the better. Researchers say Amino acids in the brain may be key.
Check out the 5 countries with the most expensive beer in the world.
Many people are concerned that the clever alcohol ads during the Super Bowl will promote underage drinking. So what are the legal limits on alcohol advertising?
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.