Recession penny-pinching and the homemade food fad are driving more Americans — from hobbyists to trendy hipster kids — to make homemade liquor, or moonshine,
Higher snuff sales, cost-cutting and price increases led the nation’s biggest tobacco company, Altria Group Inc., to a 3.2-percent increase in second-quarter profits, Bloomberg reported July
Strict licensing and regulation of New Mexico’s medical-marijuana distribution has led to chronic shortages in supply of the drug, the Associated Press reported July 16.
With national health reform moving the field toward coordination of all aspects of an individual’s medical care via “patient-centered medical homes,” longstanding federal requirements that
Teenagers who engage in binge drinking could be upping their risk of developing osteoporosis later in life, a new animal study suggests. The Daily Mail
Kansas Gov. Mark Parkinson ordered the state’s alcohol regulation agency to delay enforcing a decades old — but largely ignored — law that requires bars
Soldiers of the First Armored Division’s Fourth Brigade are statistically at higher risk of death upon returning to their home base of Fort Bliss, Texas,
Retailers and distributors have pulled back on the production and sale of kombucha, a popular tea, as the government tests the drink to see if
A small research study suggests that violent men with drinking problems can be treated successfully with a combination of addiction counseling, behavioral therapy, and antidepressants,
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