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The vote was in response to the alcohol sales from the Nebraska border town of Whiteclay, where the Nebraska Liquor Control Commission estimates the equivalent of 162,000 cases of beer were sold last year.
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It was 80 years ago today that prohibition was repealed. If you could legally drink on that day, the youngest you could be now is 101.
With Shirley Temple curls, Faith Edwards toddles across the living room clutching a toy as Mom and Dad watch with smiles that light up their apartment.
A man who collapsed and died as he walked into an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting in 2001 has finally been identified... thanks to the work of an investigator who would not let the case go.
Researchers have just found a new suspect: the Gabrb1 gene, which seems to play a role in regulating alcohol intake.
For people with severe drug and alcohol problems, recovery might mean a long and difficult journey which requires long term support.
According to a recent study out of the University of Iowa, binge drinking is harmful to students' critical-thinking skills only if a student has low critical-thinking skills to begin with.
We've all been there. You have a few drinks, and they next thing you know, you're smoking crack.
TOWERING WORKS: A bookseller patiently waits for customers at his makeshift shop located at Senen market in Jakarta.
Gary Allan is known for his moody ballads about lost-love, and his latest single, "It Ain't the Whiskey," follows in that vein.
Family support is widely discussed as a beneficial factor in helping people with illnesses cope and even recover from serious illnesses.
The holidays are never so perfect, but amid all the songs, movies, and commercials, we can't help but dream.
We've all heard about those cushy perks that go with being a member of Congress, not the least of which are heavily subsidized health benefits.
The painting shows a baby elephant, its trunk raised and bending backward to clean himself off.
WHEN Geraint Hardy asks sixth-form pupils at Ysgol Llanhari what comes to mind when they picture an alcoholic, their answers hit him like bullets - selfish, tramp, hopeless, waster.
A new policy briefing paper, being released tomorrow by Alcohol Healthwatch and Women's Health Action, highlights the key issues for women in relation to alcohol use in New Zealand.