Majority in U.S. Drink Alcohol, Averaging Four Drinks a Week

During a survey conducted July 9-12, 2012 by Lydia Saad of Gallup, various age groups were asked about how often they consumed alcoholic beverages, what type of drink (beer, wine, or liquor) was consumed, and if gender was related to the amount of alcohol consumed during a seven-day period. Using the method of landlines asContinue reading “Majority in U.S. Drink Alcohol, Averaging Four Drinks a Week”

Surrogate Motherhood

Infertility, sterile, barren, no couple likes to hear these words when faced with the onset of trying to conceive a newborn child. Despite advancements in modern fertility drugs and the medical world as a whole, these words, as heart breaking to hear as they are to say to a hopeful couple, still plague prospective mothersContinue reading “Surrogate Motherhood”

Rebirth of a Classic

Singers and songwriters alike sometimes use lyrics or music from older, previously released songs to create new music. By using older songs and giving them a new sound overhaul, performers hope it will become an instant hit. Songs that fall off the charts in popularity due to time or trends tend to find new lifeContinue reading “Rebirth of a Classic”