Coronavirus Update: Health Officials Worried About Hoarding Of Alcohol As Means Of Self-MedicationStressed out by the coronavirus and drinking your woes away? You’re far from the only one. From liquor stores to wine distributors, bottles are flying off shelves.
Proposed Change To NY Law Would Make It Easier For Movie Theaters To Serve AlcoholUnder the proposal, adults with tickets to a movie rated PG-13 or higher would be able to buy one drink at a time.
Staten Island Doctors Say Man's Own Body Was Making Alcohol, Getting Him Drunk Without DrinkingAfter years and years of medical testing, it turns out that antibiotics the patient received to treat a thumb injury in 2011 reportedly began to change to body chemistry.
New York At Forefront Of America's Booming Hard Spirits Renaissance
Young Adults Are Drinking Themselves To Death, Study FindsAccording to the report published in the journal BMJ, deaths due to cirrhosis increased by 65 percent from 2009 to 2016.
Study: Just One Alcoholic Drink Per Day Increases Breast Cancer RiskJust one alcoholic drink per day increases a woman’s risk of breast cancer, according to a major new report from the American Institute for Cancer Research.
New NY Laws Would Let Bars Start Selling Alcohol Before NoonGov. Andrew Cuomo made the announcement at a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the states newest craft brewery, Three Heads Brewing, in Rochester on Wednesday.
City: Bars Cannot Forbid Pregnant Women From Entering, Ordering AlcoholNew guidelines by the Human Rights Commission say pregnant women cannot be kept out of bars, or refused alcoholic beverages in restaurants, just because they are expecting.
Amazon Prime Now Offers One-Hour Alcohol Delivery Service In ManhattanAmazon.com has brought the gift of booze at the click of a button to New York City, just in time for the holiday season.
NYC Health Dept.: Alcohol Easy For Underage Buyers To Get In NYCThe health department said a letter will be sent to all stores with liquor licenses on Monday, reminding them to check IDs and to make sure employees are trained to avoid selling to underage buyers.
Report: 354 Long Islanders Died From Alcohol Poisoning In Past 5 YearsA new report finds that at least 354 people died from alcohol poisoning on Long Island in the past five years.