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Cinco De-WHAT-O? Find Out What Cinco de Mayo Really Celebrates

So the weekend is here and you and your friends are all going to go out and celebrate Cinco de Mayo, right? Of COURSE! It's what everyone does on Cinco de Mayo weekends. Pub crawls, ordering your favorite drink by the name "cervesa" just to be cool, cramming down the chips and salsa. Fun word to say, isn't it? "Sallllsaaaa."

But why are you celebrating it? Why, especially, are you celebrating it if you have absolutely no "South of the Border" blood in you at all? Would you celebrate Buddha's Birthday as they do in Korea each May 17?  Let me guess: ONLY if there were partying and drinking involved, right?

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Is Drinking Too Much a Problem in the US?

Drink up.

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Drinking Games During Hockey Intermission Cause Fans To Get Sick

A minor league hockey team thought getting a few college students out on its ice for 'College Olympics' on Jan. 18 would make for memorable intermission entertainment. They were right…for all the wrong reasons.

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Law Enforcement Launches DUI Holiday Campaign Across Missouri

During this busy holiday season, the Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety is reminding motorists to designate a driver or call a cab and avoid driving impaired. According to the Pettis County Sheriff's Office, law enforcement is on the lookout for impaired drivers, with targeted enforcement efforts Dec. 10-16.

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Scientists Discover Gene Responsible for Binge Drinking
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Scientists Discover Gene Responsible for Binge Drinking

We've always thought that binge drinking was just part of being a dumb teenager, but scientists say they've recently discovered a gene which could account for the risky behavior.

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Ian Waldie, Getty Images

CDC Study Finds That 1 in 13 Pregnant Women Drink Alcohol

It’s pretty common knowledge that pregnant women should not consume alcohol, due to the potential negative effects it could have on the fetus and its development.

However, that’s not stopping one in 13 pregnant women from drinking alcoholic beverages while with child.

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Could It Really Be Okay to Drink While You’re Pregnant?

For years, most pregnant women have regarded alcohol as fearfully as they might a knife-wielding maniac. But a new study suggests that light to moderate drinking early in pregnancy might not be as bad as we’ve all thought.

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