Forget the effects of cold medicine. How dangerous are you behind the wheel if you simply have a bad cold? Dr. Dave Hnida reports on new research that compares driving while sick to driving while drinking.
Going our for a few drinks on New Year’s Eve? That means News Year’s Day may be Big Misery Day for you. Dr. Dave Hnida sorts out the so-called proof about preventing a hangover.
Alcohol is likely to blame for a deadly crash into the South Platte River on Saturday.
A new study shows women who drink even small amounts of alcohol have a higher risk for breast cancer. CBS4′s Dr. Dave Hnida comments on the study.
A Longmont woman says a popular chain restaurant served drinks with tequila in them to her young children.
Should a question on 2012 ballots about legalizing marijuana compare pot to alcohol? A state title board is deciding the question Wednesday.
A group of women marked Sexual Assault Awareness Month at the Colorado Capitol with an unusual message for lawmakers — marijuana could help.
Colorado lawmakers are debating a bill that would allow full-strength beer on the shelves of grocery and convenience stores. Right now, full-strength beer is only sold at liquor stores, bars and restaurants.
Jan. 1 tends to be National Hangover Day. Lots of do’s and don’ts are out there — which should you believe? Will aspirin before drinking prevent a hangover? Which are the beverages most likely to cause a pounding head? And is there any truth to “Beer before liquor, never sicker”? Finally, why the best New Year’s drink is spelled H2O.
The FDA lowered the boom on some high test alcohol/caffeine drinks, calling them unsafe to be on the market.