Choosing a destination that was too 'British', drinking too much alcohol and taking the mother-in-law have topped a poll of the top 50 holiday regrets that can leave us returning home disappointed.
Alcohol is not the best thing to reach for if your food is too spicy for you. But if you love the burn of spicy food and want to intensify the flavor of your meal, a glass of wine can compliment it well. Read more...
Researchers know that youth with a family history of alcoholism have a greater risk of developing an alcohol use disorder; this heightened vulnerability may be due to impulsive behavior. For this study, researchers examined "waiting"...Show More Summary
Explosive Rigged Trail Cameras - Public Safety Advisory. This is a press release submitted by the Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) and Kentucky State Police Post 10. This is close to home for me, 2 hour drive, 100 miles. Show More Summary
Last December, because of injuries and alcohol abuse, Jay Guillermo thought he was through as a football player. Now he is the starting center on the top-ranked Tigers’ rebuilt line.
A group of friends gather for a weekend at a picturesque getaway and become embroiled in each other’s personal business. Old grievances are aired and new grudges materialize. Alcohol is mass-consumed and hanky-panky is pursued. Silly games are played and shouting matches ignite. Show More Summary
There’s Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous…and then there’s Racists Anonymous. According to WCNC, a Concord, N.C. church has been holding Racists Anonymous meetings on a weekly basis for the past month and it’s been picking up new members. “What Jesus said is, ‘come see,'” Reverend Nathan King of the Trinity United Church of Christ told the […]
[...] whenever it happens, a new state law will keep the alcohol flowing. Legislation by Assemblyman David Chiu, D-San Francisco, signed Thursday by Gov. Jerry Brown, fills a gap in the law that could have left the theater without a liquor license. [...]Show More Summary
Stanford University has taken down an outrage-inducing web page titled “Female Bodies and Alcohol,” just two days after it introduced a similarly received ban on hard liquor at undergraduate parties which was billed as “a targeted approach that limits high-risk behavior” but many felt was victim-blaming. Stanford made national news ... More »
Inhabitat reports: SCiO is a new gadget that instantly measures the molecular fingerprint of just about anything you see, and it fits in your pocket. Want to know the alcohol content of that beer you’re about to slurp down or how many grams of sugar are in your apple? This mini spectrometer will tell you. Show More Summary
Why did the upcoming film adaptation of The Girl on the Train change its setting from London to New York? Money, of course, but also shame. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, screenwriter Erin Cressida Wilson says that the project was always intended as an American film — keeping it in ... More »
Historically, stigma weighed heavily on individuals struggling with mental illness or drug/alcohol addiction or both. In the '70s and '80, families easily shunned and abandoned relatives who were under psychiatric care, embarrassed by their existence. Show More Summary
A few minutes after 4 in the morning and you come to, not wake up because your body wasn't sleeping. It was detoxing. The post Alcoholism and remembering the last drunk appeared first on The Good Men Project.
There are productive ways to discuss the ill effects of alcohol, especially within the context of American colleges. Unfortunately, a now-deleted page on Stanford University’s website called “Female Bodies and Alcohol” illustrates the...Show More Summary
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Stanford University has removed a page from their website called Female Bodies and Alcohol after the internet got, perhaps justifiably, very mad about it. The page, which has been archived here, explains in great detail how alcohol can impact women differently than men, i.e.: they get drunk faster, are more likely to have "alcohol emergencies," etc. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—Calling it “the best use of our resources at this time,” the Republican National Committee has decided to pull money originally earmarked for Trump campaign ads and spend it on alcohol instead.