Alcohol can make people do ridiculous things—and we’re not just talking about regrettable tabletop dances.
A new survey has found that substance abuse has increased among some sectors of the American workforce.
But to-go cups are not an option.
Alcohol problems affect almost 33 million adults, and most have never sought treatment, according to a new government survey.
Post by Adriana Velez. Ever notice how many rape stories involve alcohol? One lawyer sure has, and she thinks it's no coincidence. In fact, she wants courts to assume that if a woman is drunk she can't consent to sex. Period. Drunk sex is rape. Show More Summary
The governor believes it will encourage underage drinking. Minors are not only banned from drinking alcohol, but in the state of New Hampshire, their images cannot be used on booze labels either. According to the Associated Press, Governor...Show More Summary
A driver involved in a fatal crash in Montgomery County admitted to drinking alcohol before he crashed into a woman’s car, police said on Wednesday.Diane Alice Corrao, 50, of Gaithersburg was killed Sunday when Juan Francisco Diana crossed the center line of Muncaster Mill Road in the Rockville area and struck Corrao’s Ford Taurus, police said.Read full article >>
Taco Bell is where you might end up post-midnight, drunk on vodka Redbulls, but some new additions to the menu could get you into the Mexican fast food chain before dark.
Taco Bell, unofficial stoner headquarters, is making strides to accept all vices The fast food chain confirms to Mashable that they plan to test out "wine, beer and mixed alcohol freezes" at their new location in the Wicker Park neighborhood of Chicago set to open this summer. Show More Summary
What wine pairs best with a quesarito? You'll be able to find out for yourself this summer. Taco Bell has confirmed earlier reports that the soon-to-open Wicker Park location, at 1439 N. Milwaukee Ave., will serve beer, wine and boozy "freezes," according to a spokesperson for the brand. Don't get any ideas about to-go cups, though. Show More Summary
Shutterstock NEW YORK -- Taco Bell says it will serve beer, wine and "mixed alcohol freezes" at a new location set to open in Chicago this summer. The chain, owned by Yum Brands (YUM), says the restaurant will have a new design it's testing in urban markets. Show More Summary
What wine pairs best with a quesarito?
Alcohol use disorder as defined by a new diagnostic classification was widespread and often untreated in the United States, with a lifetime prevalence of 29.1 percent but only 19.8 percent of adults were ever treated, according to a new article.
Many do not get treated
America has a drinking problem, and it’s getting worse. A new study shows that 32 million Americans, nearly one in seven adults, have struggled with a serious alcohol problem in the last year alone. It gets worse if you look at numbers...Show More Summary
Hmm, we can't say we're surprised!! After it was reported on Tuesday that Kim Richards checked into rehab following an epic alcohol fueled meltdown at her daughter's wedding in Cabo, we've learned that the reality star will NOT return to season 6 of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. [ Related: Kim's Ex-Husband Can't Make Their Daughter's [...]
Jessica Simpson enjoyed a night out perhaps a little too much. Shocking onlookers, Jessica required help from husband Eric Johnson as she exited a Los Angeles nightclub with friends after having an apparent overdose of fun, reported the Daily Mail. Show More Summary
For the novice, like me, whiskey can be intimidating even before you take a sip. How long do I sniff before I drink? How come all I smell is alcohol? Why is my nasal passage on fire? The answer: I am (was) unschooled in the proper art of "nosing a whiskey." Thankfully, it's not as complicated as it sounds. Show More Summary
A food writer tried the '22-Day Revolution,' a diet written by Beyonce and Jay-Z's trainer and funded by the duo. The strict diet meant no sugar, flour, milk, meat, gluten, eggs, cheese, alcohol, coffee or soy products for at least three weeks.
A collaborative of 14 Maryland colleges launched a new website today, www.collegeparentsmatter.org, designed to serve as a resource to help parents talk with their college-age children about alcohol.