Tag Archives: drinking

PTSD, Binge Drinking Persist For Survivors Of 9/11 In Epic Proportions

When discussing the tragedy that was September 11, 2001, many people speak of the people who died, who perished while working for Cantor Fitzgerald in the twin towers, who died on a plane that crashed into the twin towers or in a Pennsylvania field, the hundreds of firefighters who lost their lives, entire companies wiped out in one tragic instant. ...

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Binge Drinking Rising Rapidly Among Women

Binge drinking, or not drinking every day but consuming a lot of alcohol in one setting, has long been popular among many weekend drinkers and younger people, including college students and high school-aged children. The reasons are varied, but the main reason is because many people who can’t drink every day due to familial or societal obligations enjoy imbibing on ...

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New Study Reveals Drinking More Coffee Reverses Liver Damage Caused By Drinking Booze

A new study has officially given anyone who has ever woken up with a searing hangover and unable to function without that first cup of coffee, some good news about just how healing that ritual can be. The Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics journal published that drinking coffee just might help reduce the damage that booze can do to the liver. ...

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Stop Sabotaging Your Weight Loss Efforts: Quit Drinking Diet Soda For Good

Do you drink diet soda? If you do, you are not alone. Well, if you do and are trying to get rid of some extra weight, it could be hurting your weight loss efforts. Diet soda is terrible for you from head to toe. In fact, many health professionals believe it should be taken off the shelves. It has known ...

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Moderate Beer Drinking Reduces Sperm Quality, Study Claims

Hopeful fathers might take heed of the recommendations in a new study published in BMJ Open that claims that even a moderate weekly drinking can lower sperm quality. Even five beers a week is enough to lower sperm quality in healthy men, according to a report on Medical News Today. Previous animal studies have indicated that moderate drinking could impact ...

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The Martini Hourglasses keep track of drinking time

An hourglass in a martini glass doesn’t mean you should rush things. Drinking games are kind of silly. Drinking with games however, is great. (Well, depending on what game one might be playing, that is.) But every game, great or not, depends on a set of rules, quite often game pieces, and something to dictate how they are used. It ...

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