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Excessive alcohol consumption may impact bone strength in women

Decreased bone strength (osteoporosis) is commonly associated with menopausal women, which puts them at an increased risk of bone fractures—the most common cause of broken bones among the elderly. However, according to a new study, women...Show More Summary

ALCOHOL AND HEART HEALTH: New study untangles the effects. The researchers found that there were…

ALCOHOL AND HEART HEALTH: New study untangles the effects. The researchers found that there were no heart conditions for which the never-drinkers had the lowest risk. This suggests that drinking is not necessarily bad for heart health. They also found that, compared with people who never drank, moderate drinkers were less likely to be diagnosed […]

Senate panel approves DUI tests after fatal crashes

An Arizona Senate panel has approved a revived version of legislation requiring drug or alcohol testing for drivers involved in major crashes. Legislators revived the measure after it failed to … Click to Continue »

The Latest: Herbert signs bill allowing Zion Curtain changes

The Latest on changes to Utah liquor laws (all times local): 5:25 p.m. Utah Gov. Gary Herbert has signed legislation that overhauls alcohol licensing and rules about serving drinks in … Click to Continue »

These Brilliant Bar Coasters Make A Powerful Impression On Patrons Driving Home

An ad agency’s clever spin on the deadly combination of alcohol and driving

Alcohol use in veterans with schizophrenia less common than thought; no level safe

(University of California - Los Angeles) US veterans who are being treated for schizophrenia are much less likely to drink any alcohol than the general population. But when they do misuse alcohol, it leads to worsening of their symptoms.

Alcohol Use in Veterans with Schizophrenia Less Common Than Thought, but No Level Safe

Large, multi-site study sheds light and dispels misconceptions about drinking in people with serious mental illness.

Which self-help websites actually improve health? New research yields a list

(Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan) From depression to weight loss, insomnia to cutting back on alcohol or cigarettes, the Internet teems with sites that promise to help people improve their health. Which of these really help...Show More Summary

Get Drunk Without Taking 1 Sip of Alcohol Thanks to This Cool Trend

Maybe it's teenagers and their infatuation with blowing smoke clouds in crazy styles for Instagram videos or the strongly scented flavors that make me gag as I pass them on the street, but there's something about "vaping" that just makes me cringe. Show More Summary

i have a choice

With a brain that says “I’d like to be sober, I don’t want to give up alcohol, I’d like to be sober, I don’t want to change anything about my life to help make this happen, oh I should probably quit now, why is this so hard when I don’t really drink very much, perhaps […]

Pathtech-Drug and Alcohol Detection Solutions for Railway Employers

Pathtech offers detection devices for drug screening programmes, allowing railway employers to identify and eliminate the use of drugs and alcohol in the workplace.Pathtech helps employers to prevent...

"He really wanted to make it, but he was really busy drinking alcohol... and having sex with women who were not my mother."

Said Megan Mullally, talking about her father on Alec Baldwin's show "Here's the Thing."Her husband Nick Offerman broke in: "Some people are able to juggle those pursuits."Mullally: "Yeah."Offerman: "But he was more of a specialist."ADDED: I originally thought that was Baldwin's voice, but TML in the comments said it was Offerman. I relistened and agree and corrected the post.


The case of Whiteclay, Nebraska makes for an interesting moral dilemma perhaps worth discussion. It’s probably the worst town in the nation. It literally exists strictly to provide alcohol to the Lakota, who have banned it on the reservation. There is nothing else there but liquor stores. This makes it basically a colonial outpost. There […]

Drinking is good… In moderation

Drinking alcohol—be it a couple of beers or a glass of wine—is generally considered a weekend or special occasion activity, but according to a new study, having a drink every day may help protect a person’s heart against disease. Yes, … The post Drinking is good… In moderation appeared first on Bel Marra Health - Breaking Health News and Health Information.

Watch Out, Rachel! ‘Bachelorette’ Suitor Became ‘Abusive’ During Past Fake ID Bust

Dean Unglert’s criminal record could destroy his chances of receiving a rose from Rachel Lindsay! The Bachelorette contestant was arrested for minor in possession of alcohol and possession… READ ON

Is a Jägerbomb more dangerous than a gin and tonic?

Research seems to link energy drink cocktails with higher alcohol consumption and an increase in negative consequences. How bad can a vodka Red Bull be? The majority of research suggests that people who drink alcohol mixed with energy drinks (AmED) consume higher quantities of alcohol than non-AmED drinkers. Show More Summary

If Colin Dexter had married a woman from Rotherham | Brief letters

Alcohol consumption | Colin Dexter | The word anent | Doonesbury | Scandinavian happiness The moderation-better-than-dry theory is built on a fallacious interpretation of statistics (Drinking can be good for the heart – but only in moderation, 23 March). Show More Summary

New alcohol laws draw mixed reaction from Civic’s bars and pubs

2 days agoAustralia / Canberra : RiotACT

If Civic is the heart of Canberra’s nightlife, the bars and pubs are its veins and arteries. New alcohol laws were introduced to the legislative assembly last week, giving establishments the power to kick out drunks and if those evicted loiter they’ll be fined. Small venues and grog shops will have their taxes cut while […]

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