“In early 2011, a dozen people died after drinking ‘clairin' – a traditional Haitian alcohol drink – made with methanol in the Fond Baptiste region, north of the capital. Another 20 or so were blinded or paralyzed”: Haiti Grassroots Watch learns that “judicial, health and commerce authorities have not investigated...
Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center emergency physician Mary Claire O'Brien, M.D., who conducted groundbreaking research into the dangers of manufactured alcoholic energy drinks, is hopeful the FDA will take action. Read Post
Officials have stated that the poisoned alcohol death toll in Libya continues to rise. At least 60 people have been killed from drinking homemade alcohol which contained methanol. Authorities believe that as many as 700 people have ... Read Post