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Blame Heavy #Drinking on #ColdWeather

On a cold night, do you cozy-up with a hot toddy? That’s the sneaky way to slip some booze into your otherwise G-rated hot water. I’m exaggerating. It’s not specifically about hot toddies but a study does find a correlation … Continue reading

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Five Tips to Living Longer

A study shows that 5 habits can extend your life by over a decade. If you’re up for the challenge – this one’s for you! Nobody said life is easy but it’s definitely worthwhile paying attention to find simple tricks … Continue reading

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How Drinking Affects Your Mouth

Even though many mouthwashes contain 10 to 20% of alcohol, it is shown that regular alcohol consumption reflects poorly on your oral health. For those of you not in the know, the oral biome is the collection of bacteria in your … Continue reading

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Beat #HolidayStress With #Exercise

‘Tis the season for holiday stress. Now that the birds flown over Thanksgiving we’re quickly approaching Christmas. T-minus 27-days and counting. As you feel your stress levels rising, don’t forgo the need to let the stress decompress. There’s no better … Continue reading

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Lifestyle Due to 50% of #Cancer #Deaths

It’s a shame that nearly half of all cancer deaths are caused by what doctors call modifiable behaviors. Drinking, smoking, and unhealthy diets are the cause of nearly half of cancer deaths in the US. The silver-lining to the trifecta … Continue reading

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#Women Are #Drinking More Than Ever

A study, mostly funded by the alcohol industry, aims to prove that moderate drinking is good for you. If you’re sold on the first sentence, it might interest you to know that another  study on middle aged women says these … Continue reading

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How #BeerGoggles Affect the #Sexes

Alcohol is like the grease on the wheels to make things slip. People think that judgement calls you’d make when sober tend to fall at ease when drinking alcohol. This is how the term ‘beer goggles’ was coined. A study … Continue reading

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The Path to Addiction is Paved with Loneliness

Addiction is something I know little about but wonder a lot about it. A few weeks ago, a friend sent me a blog that explained the cause of addiction and why we sometimes choose a device that damages our health … Continue reading

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