The Philippines' most diversified conglomerate will participate in the public bidding for the sale of an 89.59% stake in Sabeco, which will be conducted by the Vietnamese government
Liquor shops are now banned from operating within a range of 500 meters from India's highways, where 17 traffic accident deaths occur every hour
A provision banning the sale, import, and production of alcohol is sneaked into a measure approved by the Iraqi parliament
6 couples were found guilty of breaking Islamic laws that ban intimacy, such as touching, hugging and kissing, between unmarried people.
The country's national drug use rate stands at 11%, one of the highest in the world, according to the United Nations
While there are 'no firm conclusions,' researchers say the results 'provide an additional argument for the role of physical activity' in promoting health
The world’s top ping pong player Ma Long is working on his nerves under pressure by drinking a new secret substance: booze
Panawagan ng maraming grupo ngayon na gawing legal ang mga ipinagbabawal na gamot upang higit na mapangasiwaan ang paggamit nito
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The new threshold goes into effect on December 1, 2017, along with a new requirement that manufacturers add warnings on the health dangers of alcohol consumption to their product labels
She blacked out from alcohol and woke up in her hotel room the next morning with blood everywhere
Police said they were still investigating what the bootleg liquor contained
It was the first time someone from outside the Islamic faith has been punished under strict religious laws
Indians, who consume 425 million cases of beer a year, are developing their own craft beers
Craft beer gains ground in Russia, as drinkers' tastes become more fancy and young Russians learn to make beer themselves
So, this Christmas, drink only if you’re feeling festive and maybe switch out the gin for some eggnog
The 2015 PH Trust Index survey shows that trust in businesses is heavily driven by how companies treat their employees
While Europeans are living longer than ever before, increases in life expectancy and declines in premature mortality may 'flatten off' if the 3 big lifestyle risk factors are not dealt with, a senior WHO director says
A recent study shows that high blood pressure – which is easily diagnosed and readily treated – was the top health risk in 2013, contributing to 10.4 million deaths
The 61-year-old drummer is under an alcohol ban as one of the conditions of an 8-month sentence of home detention
The death toll from India's latest case of mass bootleg liquor poisoning rises to 100 as authorities in Mumbai pledge to crack down on the illicit trade
The latest incident is the worst case of its kind to be recorded in Mumbai since 2004 when around 100 people died
The victims start falling ill on Wednesday morning after consuming the illicit moonshine
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Boracay means partying on the beach, and what's a beachside party without some delicious drinks?
Alcohol-drinkers in the world's most populous Muslim-majority country will either have to go to restaurants and bars or buy from groceries and supermarkets to get their fix
To make the streets of Iloilo City safer, a councilor wants to ban drinking alcoholic beverages on the sidewalk and public places
(UPDATED) The new bill proposes a jail term of between three months and 2 years for anyone caught drinking alcohol.
Jakarta Governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama warns that new restrictions on beer sales could lead to increased smuggling and consumption of tainted alcohol
Police say they consumed alcohol mixed with mosquito repellent
An editorial of the British Medical Journal says the alcohol industry latched on the studies showing positive effects of alcohol to help advance their businesses
5 bodies found near AirAsia fuselage, Jokowi’s party accuses head of anti-graft czar of playing with fire, Indonesia bans sale of alcohol in mini markets, and more.
The epidemic resulting from diseases linked to lifestyle choices, including diabetes and some cancers, 'causes a much greater public health threat than any other epidemic known to man'
Pew Research Center surveys where the Philippines and 39 other countries stand on abortion, extra-marital affairs, gambling, pre-marital sex, divorce, homosexuality, drinking alcohol, contraceptives
An overview of studies covering more than 400,000 people showed that individuals who exceed 48 working hours per week are likelier to consume "risky" quantities of alcohol, researchers say
Cavities are not just caused by lollipops, sodas, and the like. Read this list for unsuspecting sugar culprits
Businesses that give ‘fair salaries and benefits’ is also the topmost trust driver for both the general and informed publics, the 2014 Philippine Trust Index survey results show
Almost 2,000 flights were canceled, including more than 1,500 from O'Hare, leaving thousands of frustrated passengers stranded and unsure when they'd be able to travel