Health News

Bar Drinks Costs $2 More
For many Americans, Friday is just the beginning of a three day break. During this time, alcohol consumption is not uncommon and apparently it’s extremely costly for the U.S. and you.
You Can't Drink Away Your Worries
You had a bad day and all you need is a beer to soothe your problems. That seems to be the common mindset with others as well because binge drinking is increasing during these hard times.
Drugs and Alcohol Are No Joke
Addiction doesn’t happen the first time around. It takes time for addictions to develop and still many addicts will deny their dependence. When will the denying stop and help be sought out?
Facebook Helps Identify Problematic Drinkers
Not everyone in college drinks alcohol, but every student is affected whether it’s directly or indirectly. Facebook and other social media sites can help identify under-age drinking.
Don't Drink and Drive
How often do you see commercials on television or road signs that warn against drunk driving? More awareness is being spread because drunk driving causes many unnecessary injuries and deaths.
Stay Focused You Will Recover
Getting into addiction is easy, but getting out is the hard part. Addicts need love and support no matter how bad the problem has gotten. Get them the treatment they need to make a full recovery.
You Drink I Drink
Most parents know that kids who start drinking early will have an increased risk of suffering health problems, but what can you do about it? Get to know your child's partner and friends.
Slow Down Drinking, Cancer May Be Waiting
Heavy drinking can cause many problems including liver failure and cancers –specifically colorectal cancer. Be cautious of how much you drink because risks increase as you drink more.
Imbibers Keep On Fighting
Many alcoholics seeking abstinence and recovery go to Alcoholics Anonymous. It’s a well known anti-alcohol program that helps individuals get clean, but how exactly does it work?
Do You Really Know Your Teens?
Most parents believe the best in their children even when it comes to alcohol and drugs, but peer pressure and curiosity may be more powerful than some parents want to believe.