The study, published in The Lancet, counters the findings of some previous studies that have shown links between moderate alcohol intake and heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes and certain types of cancer.
D.C. native and current University of Richmond junior Olivia Pivirotto has invented a drinking tumbler that’s designed to control college student binge drinking and prevent their drinks from being unknowingly spiked with drugs. It’s called the SWIGSAFE.
Parents absolutely can influence whether children drink, and a new campaign in Fairfax County, Virginia, aims to leverage that influence.
Two assistant principals at a Maryland high school have been place on paid leave after they were accused of drinking alcohol at the school’s prom.
Even those who drink responsibly may push it on Super Bowl Sunday. Here are some common sense tips to stay safe.
A new year is a chance for new beginnings and self-improvement. If you’re considering scaling back drinking, the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism has some tips that you can use to help.
According to a study based on data from the CDC, 11.1 percent of adults in D.C. are considered heavy drinkers.
An annual survey shows drinking and smoking at their lowest rates in five years among Fairfax County teens.
In hot weather, it’s more important than ever to stay hydrated, and drinking water doesn’t have to be boring. There are ways to make it pop with a few easy steps.
The teams at FindTheHome and FindTheCompany set out to find the best city in each state to free yourself from inhibitions. Here’s the list.
Rosé is not a specific varietal, but is a style of wine that generally ranges in color from soft pink to light purple, depending on which grapes are used and the winemaking technique employed.
After two college students reported being raped four days apart, George Mason University officials are warning of the risks of drinking at parties and meeting an online date in person.
Do you allow your teenager to drink alcohol? Parents may be divided on the issue, but the law is becoming clearer about holding adults responsible.
During the month of January, Alcohol Concern is encouraging people to sign up for their no-drinking challenge, dubbed “Dry January.”
If you’re going out, she said, be sure to drink plenty of water. That helps lower your blood-alcohol content, fills you up and reminds you to slow down on the alcohol.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.