Thousands of Australians will benefit from a new program designed to help them cut down on alcohol, which the federal government has invested in. The government pledged $3million towards the program- a mobile app called the Daybreak Program. The app offers access to professional health coaching. It also offers an anonymous support platform. Health Minister […]
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Have you heard that you shouldn’t drink alcohol if you’re taking antibiotics, but not sure why? Is it because alcohol negates the benefits of antibiotics or is it bad for your health? Watch this video for the real reason why alcohol and antibiotics shouldn’t mix.
If your resolution is to drink more responsibly this year, you may want to opt for more low alcohol cocktails that can be enjoyed throughout Summer and even into Autumn. Some of the best low alcohol cocktails include low alcohol beer Rosemary and bitters mimosa Riesling spritz Mojito mocktail Vermouth Aperol Float Read more at: […]
The Irish know their alcohol, bringing us such world loved brands as Baileys and Guinness but what would they think of America’s strongest alcohol? In this video Irish people try a drink that’s 95% alcohol, let’s see what’s the verdict.
James Bonds may be known for his inability to die but if he were a real life person he would have died from some alcohol related disease by now. According to a new study out of New Zealand, James Bond has a serious drinking problem. Scientists have found that not only was James Bond ready […]
If you’re looking for the perfect Christmas cocktail here’s an awesome contender. This cranberry-ginger Mimosa cocktail would be perfect for Christmas breakfast or brunch.
I’ve often wondered why ‘simple syrup’ is called that when it isn’t that simple to make, especially because you have to make it on the heat. Finally I found an easier way to make simple syrup for cocktails that doesn’t require you put on the stove,
As part of its Respect the River campaign, Royal Life Saving Australia is warning Australians not to drink and swim this summer, especially around rivers and creeks. According to statistics 1087 people have drowned in rivers, streams and creeks over the last 15 years and 80 per cent of these were men – half of […]
According to research out of the United States, people in cold climates with less sunlight are more likely to drink heavily. Researchers have found a link between average temperature and hours of sunlight and alcohol consumption.They examined data from 193 countries, leading to evidence that climate contributed to a higher incidence of binge drinking and […]
The Summer holidays are what we wait all year for but many people have a tendency to over-indulge especially when it comes to alcohol consumption. Schoolies is one of those days when things get really out of hand. While many young people are shunning alcohol at rates never before seen in the country, due to […]