drinking

The VICE Guide to Life

Nobody Wants to Be the One to Point Out a Friend's Drinking Problem

Here's how to do it.
Cindy Kuzma
9.19.18
drinking

What to Do When Your Roommate Comes Home Too Drunk

Experts tell us how to differentiate a 'call 9-1-1' type of moment from a more benign 'get this person a burger and Gatorade' vibe.
Melissa Pandika
9.12.18
drinking

Young Adults Are Increasingly Dying of Alcohol-Related Liver Disease

Cirrhosis deaths have increased in every state but one.
Jesse Hicks
7.18.18
nutrition

Are Session Beers Healthier for You?

In a new study, people drank about 20 percent more beer and wine when it was labelled “super low.”
Nick Keppler
7.6.18
drinking

We Looked Into Whether Cheap Alcohol Gives You a Worse Hangover

There have been surprisingly few studies on the ingredients and production methods that define different brands of alcohol.
Mark Hay
6.28.18
world

A New Hangover Pill Appears to Work in Drunk Mice

The treatment cut blood alcohol levels by nearly half in just four hours.
Yunfeng Lu
5.9.18
world

Tequila Doesn't Make You Act Any Crazier Than Wine or Beer

It's all in your head.
Nicole Lee
4.23.18
The Final Word

So Is Red Wine Healthy Or Not?

Here's the bottom line.
Markham Heid
Tonic Editors
4.3.18
drinking

There Are Four Motivations For Getting Drunk

As far as psychologists are concerned, anyway.
Emmanuel Kuntsche
Sarah Callinan
2.26.18
Sobriety Check

How Your Social Life Changes if You Give Up Drinking

As you can imagine, sobriety drastically altered my turn up.
Claire Gillespie
2.1.18
alcohol

Our Drunk-Driving Laws Aren’t Strict Enough

A new report from the National Academies of Sciences suggests lowering the legal blood alcohol limit from .08 to .05 as one strategy to reduce the number of drunk-driving deaths.
Jesse Hicks
1.18.18
alcohol

A Drink or Two After Work Is Fine For Your Health

Still, you should probably take a night off here and there.
Markham Heid
12.5.17