Tag Archives: alcohol studies

August 18

United Airlines Potential Drinking Restriction?

WSB Atlanta News & Talk United Airlines will soon begin the enforcement of their early cutoff for alcohol consumption. United Airlines has informed its pilots that they must abstain from drinking alcohol for 12 hours prior to scheduled flights. The old eight-hour limit complied with Federal Aviation Administration rules, which also prohibit pilots from flying […]

June 17

Texas Breweries Begin Selling Alcohol To Go

Dallas News Robert Garrett Governor Greg Abbott signed House Bill 1545 that makes alcohol to go from breweries lawful in the state of Texas. Prior to the bill being signed, only brewpubs were the only places that could allow alcohol to be consumed and sold on the premises. Starting September 1st, 2019, breweries throughout Texas […]

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 […]