March 15, 2023

Don’t test your luck: Don’t drink and drive on St. Patrick’s Day

NATIONWIDE— Local law enforcement agencies and national safety leaders are urging people to not press their luck this St. Patrick’s Day. Their message is simple: Don’t […]
February 15, 2023

Binge Drinking May Be Curbed With a Pill

A recent study suggested the use of a decades-old medicine taken before imbibing could reduce the amount of alcohol consumed. Ever wake up regretting the last […]
January 11, 2023

Does Dry January Really Make People Healthier?

Abstaining from alcohol can have immediate benefits. But lasting gains require lasting change. If the bars look a bit emptier this month, it may be because […]
December 12, 2022

Staying sober over the holidays is challenging

As Christmas, New Year’s, and all the December holidays approach, for many Americans this is one of the year’s most festive and joyous times of the […]
November 14, 2022

Beer Is Losing Its Grip On The Alcohol Market

It shouldn’t be too controversial to say that people in the U.S. really, really love beer. As the dominant alcoholic beverage in this country, beer has […]
October 12, 2022

You may need a Sober October more than you think. Experts explain how to do it right

Sober October, Dry January and Dry July: For one quarter of a year, these campaigns provide a motivation for people to come together and challenge themselves […]