Rappler's latest stories on alcohol drinking
During the coronavirus pandemic, some countries have banned alcohol while some say liquor shops are 'essential' and that a glass of wine may help 'cope with the stress'
Neither the World Health Organization nor Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City recommend alcohol consumption to reduce the risk of COVID-19
Alcopops have an alcohol content of 7%, yet they're packaged like a juice drink for children. A senator says the packaging needs to change.
The Department of Finance wants to raise the total excise tax of a particular alcopops brand from P1.30 per pack to P8. But Senator Pia Cayetano first wants a repackaging of the alcoholic drink.
A study by The Lancet reports that the world consumed 10% more alcohol per adult in 2017 than in 1990, due in large part to heavier and more widespread drinking in China and India
The proposed tax hike gets the approval of the House of Representatives on 2nd reading
Think gin is a tito drink? You have to try these.
Trinidad town's new ordinance aims to promote public health and to 'discipline people who are habitual drunkards and who cause detrimental act to public morale and safety'
Boracay means partying on the beach and what s a beachside party without some delicious drinks?
A Japanese single malt whisky is named the world s best for the first time by a prestigious guide which failed to place a Scotch in its top ranking
Reducing even light consumption of alcohol will not only improve your chances against coronary heart disease but also help you lose weight and ease high blood pressure
Men who drink 36 grams of alcohol or more per day have the steepest declines in memory and brain function
The unique drink will be among the Filipino products on display at the Berlin International Green Week in Germany this January
The 5 day ban on alcoholic drinks will last from May 9 to May 13 Ban violators may face up to 6 years in prison
Alcohol is off limits for all US military personnel at any hour of the day or night at restaurants and friends homes anywhere other than on their bases in Okinanawa
Scientists confirm that a beer in your hand will make you feel sexier smarter and funnier