7 bartenders on what it’s like to be sober in the booze industry

We talked to drinks professionals about mental health, sobriety and working behind the bar when you don't drink.

Food and Politics: Trump’s trade war could actually benefit US food banks

The Department of Agriculture agreed to purchase and donate $1.2 billion in fruits, beef and other commodities for food banks and pantries.

Donald Trump doesn’t drink — and his sobriety should impact Kavanaugh’s nomination

For once, our sober president could be on the right side of history.

The world’s first beer hotel is here — and every room has a beer fridge in the shower

Beer lovers will have their own beers on tap and can even take a dip in the IPA-filled jacuzzi.

Why hazy New England IPAs are the next big thing in beer brewing

Heady Topper is the most famous example, but beer giants like Sam Adams and Mikkeller are now launching their own New England IPAs.

Is Target’s new $5 rosé wine actually good? We put it to the test.

Before you run out for a bottle of California Roots rosé, there are a few things you should know.

What female whiskey lovers actually think about Jane Walker, the new scotch brand for ladies

We asked 9 whiskey fans for their unvarnished opinions about the marketing tactic.

Why the self-pour beer revolution is here to stay

These tech-driven bars serve beer by the ounce — so you can sample multiple types — and reduce beer waste at the same time.

Career Advice: Don’t make these 5 office holiday party mistakes

Office Christmas or holiday party coming up? Avoid these foibles, lest you embarrass yourself at a work event — or offend your coworkers.

From cemetery to cider: How one Brooklyn couple foraged graveyard apples for their hard cider

There's a growing movement to use fruit from cemeteries in boozy beverages.

The best college bars in the US

From Boston to Orlando, Florida to New Orleans, here are the 10 college bars that are better than the rest.

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High-risk alcohol use has increased significantly since 2002, study finds

The increase in alcohol use reflects a largely unreported "public health crisis," the study's authors wrote.

Goldfish brew booze to stay alive in freezing winter water

It's the first known example of fermentation by an animal with a backbone.

Chris Soules Update: 911 call sheds new light on fatal accident

The story is not as black and white as it initially seemed.
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Tostitos sells a bag of chips that'll call you a discounted Uber on Super Bowl Sunday

The bag of chips also kind of works as a breathalyzer, giving new meaning to all that AND a bag of chips.
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49 dead after consuming bath lotion in Russia, state of emergency declared

A batch of counterfeit bath lotion resulted in at least 49 deaths in Russia.

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Stanford banned hard alcohol at parties. Too bad that won't stop sexual assault.

Brock Turner claimed "party culture" led him to commit rape. His school seems to agree.
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100-Year-Old Woman Credits Gin and Tonics for Her Long, Tipsy Life

She drinks six (!) a day.

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If You Don't Get More Sleep, You'll Probably Be Bad at Your Job, Says Study

Sleep: a thing you should be getting more of.
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Collagen-Infused Gin Is an Anti-Aging Boozy Elixir Made to Help Fight Wrinkles

Drink your way to youthful-looking skin.
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Can Beer Fight Cancer? Here's What Scientists Have Discovered About Hops

This research deserves a toast.

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Woman's DUI Dropped After Doctors Determine Her Gut Naturally Produces Alcohol

It's called auto-brewery syndrome, and it's not nearly as much fun as it sounds.
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8 Ways to Avoid That Awful Hangover on New Year's Day

Here's how you can avoid that hangover bound to come on New Year's Day.
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Here's Why Drinking and Exercise Go So Well Together

Your post-hockey pilsner is just what the doctor ordered.