In times of crisis, people tend to rush to grocery stores to stock up on essential items in preparation for a serious event that will last for an undetermined amount of time. Evidence of this happened in stores across the country at the onset of the pandemic as scores of shoppers stripped shelves bare of products,
Virtual Drinking Sessions During the Pandemic Have Been a Positive Change to Arizonans’ Drinking Habits, Reveals Research
1 in 10 have played drinking games via video call over the past year during the pandemic. 76% of women say the main advantage of virtual drinking is that it’s safer than going out & mixing with others. The average drinker consumes 2.2 alcoholic drinks during a 1-hour video call. At the start of the pandemic,
1 in 3 Arizonans admit they’ve missed bars more than gyms since the start of the pandemic, reveals survey
1 in 3 have spent more time drinking than working out at home during the pandemic. Over a quarter of drinkers say they have missed their bartender during lockdown. With the closure of many public spaces since the beginning of the pandemic, including gyms, many were left with limited ways in which to relieve stress within
After last week’s presidential debate, Americans could be forgiven for desiring a stiff drink. In fact, the entire political landscape in America right now is depressing enough to make anyone want to head straight for the bottle. And surprisingly, your fiercest political enemies might actually agree with you in this case. As the nation rolls
Half of Arizonans worry about increased drug use in their community due to the economic impact of Coronavirus, survey reveals.
There was no way that Americans could anticipate, let alone be prepare for, the aftermath of the Coronavirus pandemic, particularly the severe financial impact inflicted on many households, corporations and small businesses and mass job loss across the country. By the beginning of June, the number of job losses across the US had surpassed 40 million*.