Category Archives: Educational News

January 15

The Strictest Alcohol Laws In The United States

Insider Ann Schmidt America has had a long run with it’s issues regarding alcohol, from who can drink it to how you can buy it. Some may be working the system in regards of getting rid of the prejudice against a shot or two, but some places have gone decades standing their ground on the […]

January 10

Why Drinking On A Plane Is Bad

SELF Korin Miller Two doctors were recently involved in an interview with Self.com in which they spoke on the effects of alcohol while on board commercial flights. Sanjay Kurani, M.D., medical director of inpatient medicine at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center and assistant professor of medicine at Stanford University, and Carol Thelen, a family nurse […]

January 09

Can You Hold Your Alcohol As You Get Up In Age?

CBS News While there may be plenty of ethical reasons as to why we must wait until 21 years old for a drink, there may be proof that the younger you can hold your liquor, then the better. Ohio State University clinical psychologist Brad Lander has researched the proficiency of adults’ ability to process alcohol […]

January 01

21 Years Old: Is The Bottle Worth The Wait?

Alright. So let’s just have an honest talk here. I’m sure being in your teens, you probably could count on more than two hands of the number of people in high school who were already attending to the bottle. They may have played the alcohol games, been bold enough to take the shots, and the […]

December 29

Dry January- A Month Without Alcohol?

Times Now News Are you planning to cancel out the bottle when the New Year hits? Can you think of the last time you went longer than a day without alcohol? Do you think it would be possible for you to do? Well, it looks as if some took the opportunity to see if they […]

December 28

Do You Know How To Open Champagne?

Today News Katie Jackson 2019 is just around the corner, and there’s no doubt that there will be men and women everywhere popping bottles at the stroke of midnight. The question is how many people actually know how to do just that? Serena Carl, who is a known Curator of Wine at QT Hotel Sydney in Sydney, […]

December 26

How Coffee And Alcohol Will Affect You In This Cold Weather

Inquisitr News Alisha McKinney There’s no doubt that you haven’t had a least one cup of something warm since this cold weather has hit, whether its coffee, cocoa, even alcohol. As great as the feeling might be, Wall Street Journal warns what is really happening to your body once the drinks hit your system. Although […]

December 23

‘Tis The Season To These Drinks!

The Manual Sam Slaughter It’s two days until Christmas time! Hopefully, you already have your presents, the tree, and the food (That is unless someone else hasn’t already taken on that responsibility.). But if you haven’t already taken a look at our last article about states that won’t be selling alcohol for the holidays, then […]

December 14

Dallas Nightclub Found Negligent In Dallas Cowboys Player’s Death

Cision News Aldous/Walker LLP Beamers Nightclub was found guilty just hours ago for negligence in a wrongful death lawsuit. The club, along with the VIP section of it called the Private Club, and other parties were found responsible for having served too many drinks to Dallas Cowboys football players Josh Brent and Jerry Brown. Jerry […]

December 12

Chocolate Milk Coming Back To Public Schools

Fatherly News Amanda Tarlton So, remember when Obama was in office and his wonderful First Lady wanted to advocate for the fight against childhood obesity? Remember when some of your favorite lunch items were knocked off the school menu? Some of you may have noticed that chocolate milk was one of them. Now, according to […]