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Drinking Habits Connected with Weight

We’ve all heard it being said that our alcohol habits are connected to our waistline, in other words the more we drink the more weight we gain, but a new study examines why certain women who drink frequently develop a “beer belly” while others can drink daily and not gain weight. Most drinks are a […]

RSA Staff – Importance of Paying Attention to Patrons

What does the work of a bartender or waitron involve? Simply serving food and beverages to customers? Actually bartenders, waitron and staff of licenced venues’ responsibilities involves much more than merely taking people’s orders, it involves ensuring that the harm done to society by alcohol abusers is minimised. This is done by enforcing Responsible Service […]

Parents Beware of Giving Alcohol to your Kids

Alarmingly research in Australia has revealed that most teenagers who drink aren’t buying their own alcohol but are most often being given alcohol by their parents. Parents may believe that giving alcohol to teens is a way of actually keeping them out of trouble by encouraging them to drink in their presence rather than behind […]

Turkey Passes Controversial Alcohol Restrictions

Turkey’s parliament has just passed a law which has caused much controversy in the modern, largely Muslim country. The law would restrict the consumption and advertising of alcohol in the country, which although predominantly Muslim has always been considered a more liberal nation. The law which was passed on Friday last week, prohibits the sale […]

How to Enhance your Alcohol Enjoyment

Alcohol has been referred to as the “nectar of the gods” that can enhance health, relaxation, pleasure and social interaction but consumed in excess, alcohol like all things in life can be detrimental. When you go to a party would you eat the entire cake by yourself? No, of course not so why is that […]

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