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Kids as young as 13 may be inundated with daily ads from the alcohol industry on social media, and while Twitter has an age-gate which blocks direct-to-phone updates for underage users, Instagram does not, according to a new study.
A New Jersey town on track for a record-breaking number of drunken driving cases has become the first US municipality to partner with ride service app Uber to keep inebriated residents from getting behind the wheel.
Even people who think they eat three meals a day may actually graze for most of their waking hours and consume fewer calories when they get more sleep, a small US study suggests.
Meal-kit company Blue Apron is starting a wine subscription service as the New York-based startup seeks to expand amid a crowded market for takeout alternatives.
Bonnie McCurry might pick up groceries on her way to her Federal Hill home from work but then can avoid another stop for beer or wine by ordering on her iPhone using the Drizly app, which promises delivery within an hour.
A Japanese railway company is turning to cameras as a way to spot drunken behaviour and keep late-boozing patrons from tumbling onto the tracks, a spokesman said.
A competitive videogaming organisation will begin testing players for performance-enhancing drugs next month, as the field of so-called eSports moves further into the mainstream and prize pools climb.
A form of "virtual reality" therapy might help treat alcohol addiction, suggests a preliminary study from South Korea.