History has given gin a bit of a bad rap.


Margaritas might not be a superfood, but the Soul Cycle tribe seems pretty convinced that tequila counts as a wellness drink.


One of the enduring mysteries of alcohol research is that when you tally up all the booze that people report consuming when they are surveyed about their drinking habits, it rarely adds up to even half of the alcohol sold.


There are many understandable reasons to pour yourself a giant glass of wine: a rotten day at work, a broken heart, or perhaps a new episode of “The Bachelorette” or similarly trashy TV, to name just a few. But a recent study from Cornell University’s Food and Brand Lab suggests that a few environmental cues might be guiding you to unconsciously overpour.

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