Americans Binge 17 Billion Drinks Per Year, CDC SaysResearchers found that about 1 in 6 U.S. adults reported binge drinking an average of about once a week, consuming an average of seven drinks per binge.
Locked In Alcohol Cooler, Man Starts DrinkingThe man said he wanted to buy beer and got locked inside the cooler just before midnight Tuesday. He said he figured he might as well stay inside and drink.
Taco Bell That Serves Alcohol Coming To Royal OakThe Taco Bell Cantina locations are best known for offering alcoholic drinks, including beer, wine, sangria and booze-filled slushies.
Report Shows Alcohol Industry Worth $6 Billion In MichiganMackinac County was the top liquor consuming county based on 2016 per-capita wholesale liquor purchases by restaurants, bars and retailers, while Tuscola County was last.
Alcohol In Moderation Makes You More Creative, Study SaysA new study from the the University of Graz proved that mild intoxication of alcohol can help you think more freely and become more creative.
Survey: Alcohol, Cigarette Use Among Teens At Lowest Levels In DecadesThe National Institute on Drug Abuse says there's a bit of good news when it comes to teens and drug use.
App Data Shows Lions Fans 2nd 'Drunkest' On GamedayCheers Lions fans ... I guess. We're number two at something! Booze lover's website VinePair.com teamed up with the makers of the BACtrack blood alcohol content app to rank NFL fans from most to least drunk.
University Of Michigan Launches New Alcohol, Drug Policy: 'We're Telling Mom And Dad'The university's Public Safety Department also will partner more closely with the Ann Arbor Police Department to address violations in off-campus neighborhoods.
Snyder OKs Law Allowing Alcohol Consumption On 'Pedal Pubs'Passengers will be allowed to drink alcohol on pedal-powered vehicles under a Michigan law signed by Gov. Rick Snyder.
Michigan Police, Doctors Urge Quick Ban On Powdered AlcoholMichigan may join at least six other states and ban a powder product that makes vodka, rum and cocktail drinks when mixed with water.
Michigan Police, Doctors Urge Quick Ban On Powdered AlcoholSupporters say they're worried people may inadvertently make overly potent drinks with water or instead mix the product with alcoholic beverages to create a "super-alcoholic" drink.
Study: Social Media May Be Just As Addicting As Other Vices, Drugs and Alcohol"People gravitate to social media because it's a way to seem like you're contacting people while you take no risk," Dr. Gerald Schiener said.