The low-risk drinking guidelines suggest how to enjoy alcohol in a safer way – in moderation – to lower your health risks of drinking alcohol. They are based on scientific evidence and recommend:Women have no more than two standard drinks a day most days and no more than 10 in a weekMen have no more than three standard drinks a day most days and no more than 15 in a week + MORE
What’s your favourite BC outdoor event? There are so many opportunities to enjoy community festivals, music concerts, celebrations and sporting events across the province. Whether attending with your family or with friends, there are things you can do to stay comfortable and safe.+ MORE
Grad night. The night 12th grade students look forward to all year. Planning for after-grad has most likely been happening for months, maybe even since the beginning of the school year. The party itself usually happens right after formal convocation and can last until five or six a.m. the following morning.+ MORE
November 18, 2015 | Posted in: Alcohol | Tags:
Is drinking alcohol a part of your social life? Would you say you often drink more than Canada’s Low-Risk Drinking Guidelines? Little changes – so little you won’t even notice them – can go a long way in having a positive impact on your health. Whether you have a drink or two during special occasions or you drink a little more frequently, these tips can help you make small changes without completely overhauling your lifestyle.
September 8, 2015 | Posted in: Alcohol | Tags:
Ahh -- ladies night! Whether you're uncorking a bottle of nice wine at a girlfriend's, sipping craft beer at a local pub, or clinking martini glasses at your favourite hotspot, a night out with your friends includes the usual gossip and giggles. But does it include binge drinking? How many drinks does it take to "binge", anyway? The short answer is: fewer than you might think! + MORE