Should the U.S. lower its drinking age?
Heath knows what he is about to say will sound a little crazy to most people ... the percentage with positive blood-alcohol levels declined from 61% in 1982 to 31% in 1995 -- a bigger decline than for older age groups. "Minimum legal drinking age laws ...
Britain's binge drinking levels are among the highest in the world
Britain is among the worst countries in the world for binge drinking ... of alcohol in one sitting, in the previous month, followed by Ireland on 39 per cent and the Czech republic on 38.9 per cent. WHO experts said that more than 3 million people died ...
Does the World Have a Drinking Problem?
But we weren't all imbibing equally: Only about 50 percent of the world’s people consume all of its alcohol, and most of them are in the wealthier Northern hemisphere. In fact, entire countries (mostly Muslim) hardly drink at all. Most shockingly ...
The Seven Deadliest Drinks
Drinking alcohol ... the nogs in the world, eggnog has got to be my favorite. Take everything we've said about cream and sugar, then add eggs to the equation, and you've got a cup of eggnog—with 367.4 mg of cholesterol. That's 122 percent of your ...
Here Are The Drunkest Countries In The World [MAP]
Alcohol ... people were excluded, per capita consumption among those who do drink would be even higher than what's shown on this map. Check it out: World Health Organization Canadians drink more than Americans, keeping pace with most European countries.