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alcohol

When the weather heats up and the BBQ invites are flowing, there are plenty of opportunities where you may have “one too many.” There’s more than just a hangover at stake the day after, especially if...
You don’t have to be a nutritionist to know that the caffeine in your coffee could interfere with your Z’s, but other foods and drinks could also be preventing you from getting the rest you need —...
Closeup of Bloody Mary at a restaurant
No offense to the mimosa, but when it comes to brunch the Bloody Mary reigns supreme. We’ve rounded up nine of our favorites. Let us know which you think deserves the title of Ultimate Bloody Mary.
states beers
As Americans, we’re loyal to our country — and our beers. Every state has its own celebrated brew that residents love to brag about and belligerently claim is better than someone else’s state beer...
summer cocktails
You’re sitting outside, relishing the feeling of the sun on your back and listening to your favorite song. Could this summer moment be any better? Yes, actually, it could. Grab a pitcher and a bag of...
Summertime, of course, means enjoying summertime drinks, such as sangria. Refreshing, fruity and delicious, the Spanish wine punch is more than just fruit added to either white or red wine. Here are...
low sperm motility
Sperm count is considered low when there are fewer than 15 million sperm per milliliter of semen, and having lower-than-normal sperm motility levels can make it extra difficult — though not...
The weather’s getting warm and Cinco de Mayo is nearly upon us. How better to celebrate than by washing down delicious Mexican food with some fantastically refreshing margaritas? Well, get ready to...
wine myths
As much as Americans love their wine — we surpassed France in wine consumption in 2010 — we often spout completely erroneous “facts” about the libation’s health benefits and risks.
Honey isn’t the only food that doesn’t have an expiration date. As long as you’re storing these foods properly, they’re probably safe to eat no matter how long you’ve had them.

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