I caught this story about a new business in Georgia that is becoming popular with both drunks and athletes. It is called "Hydration Station" and it offers oxygen and IV's for athletes who have trained hard and revelers who have partied hard.
Would you be more likely to drink if you knew you wouldn't have a hangover the next day? How about if you knew you could get drunk, take an antidote and minutes later be good to drive? These advances could happen sooner than later.
Bill and I were taking calls on Wednesday's show about a trial beginning this week involving the drinking death of a fraternity pledge. The family is blaming his excessive drinking on the egging on by the fraternity
Most Garden State voters admit they’re not aware of a recent change in New Jersey law that allows for the small scale production of artisanal liquors, but they are game when it comes to giving these distillers a chance. That’s according to a new Fairliegh Dickinson University PublicMind poll released this morning.
A few weeks ago, we had an on-air discussion of hangover cures based on an article that extolled the virtues of Pedialyte for those who may have overindulged. Well, there's new research that may indicate the best cure for a
I’ve never heard the term “marijuana muscles” used before. Nor have I ever known anyone to put on too much weight after having smoked a few “j’s” like you probably add a few pounds consuming a few beers
A school board meeting this week was greeted by a number of furious parents in Bergen County, where the Northern Valley Regional High School District is proposing random drug and alcohol testing for students.
The idea of using a designated driver for a group night of hearty partying is pretty standard, but a new report in the July issue of The Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs casts a shadow of doubt on some of those drivers.
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