More Pregnant Teens And Women Are Using Pot, Study FindsDoctors caution that the health effects of marijuana on a fetus remain unclear but could include low birth weight and developmental problems.
1,800 Gallons Of Vodka Stolen From DistilleryThe thieves took more than 9,000 bottles of alcohol worth nearly $280,000.
No Amount Of Alcohol Is Safe During Pregnancy, Study FindsA small amount of alcohol consumed during pregnancy can result in the child suffering from high levels of anxiety after birth.
Regular Alcohol Consumption Could Reduce Diabetes Risk, Study FindsRegular consumption of certain alcoholic drinks in moderate amounts could cut a person's risk of developing diabetes, according to a new study.
Binge Drinking Down Among College Students, Study FindsAn ongoing study started in 1999 has revealed binge drinking among college students is finally going down.
Restaurant Has One Drink Maximum For Parents With KidsA New York restaurant refuses to serve a second alcoholic beverage to parents eating with their kids to cut down drunk driving.
New Study Denies There Are Health Benefits To Moderate DrinkingPrior studies that concluded moderate alcohol consumption is healthy aren't necessarily correct, new research suggests.
Study: Marijuana Legalization Hasn't Hurt Alcohol SalesResearch finds that marijuana legalization actually benefits alcohol sales rather than harming it.
People Waste 724 Days Nursing Hangovers, Study FindsA study finds that adults lose more than two years to hangover engulfed days.
Polis Meeting With Kombucha Makers About Federal EnforcementA Colorado congressman who has tried without success to protect kombucha makers from federal alcohol enforcement is meeting with some of the brewers.
Edibles Suicide Should Not Lead To Hypocritical RegulationAnti-marijuana activists should take care not to use a man's suicide after ingesting pot edibles to push for increased regulation.
Latest Study About Benefits Of Alcohol Was Done On A Huge ScaleA drink a day could help keep heart failure away, according to a lengthy study of nearly 15,000 people.