Younger People Are Drinking Less Alcohol Than Previous Generations, Study Finds

Because of the health complications associated with drinking alcohol, many recent studies have focused on how college-aged consumers from Harlem to Hawaii are affected by their drinking habits. Continue Reading →

Artificially Sweetened Drinks And Sugary Drinks Linked To Heart Disease

While most efforts to reduce sugary drink consumption have been aimed at the youngest population, recent studies have identified the heart health risks associated with a high intake of sugar-filled beverages.  Continue Reading →

Microplastics, Arsenic And More Found In Some Bottled Water Brands From Harlem To Hollywood

Consumers from Harlem to Hollywood often reach for cases of bottled water at the supermarket in the belief that it’s cleaner and healthier than what comes from the tap. Continue Reading →

Ah, Sugar, Sugar, Experts Issue New Guidance On Sugary Drinks For Kids

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), along with a coalition of other medical groups, have submitted new recommended guidelines focused on young children’s consumption of sugary drinks from Harlem to Hollywood. Continue Reading →

Harlem Park To Park And Good Ice Marketing Present The Art Of The Mix

Top Bars from Across Harlem and Washington Heights/Inwood and the Bronx to Showcase best bartender skills to earn the distinction of “Best Uptown Bartender”

As the Fall heats up, bartenders uptown will be getting ready to bring their best mixing game as the Art of the Mix kicks off to crown the “Best Bartender in Upper Manhattan.” Continue Reading →


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