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Quarantea — Health Benefits of Drinking Tea in Crisis

There are many well-documented medical benefits to tea consumption but during coronavirus shutdowns, the psychological benefits of a scheduled “tea time” with family are also significant. In the U.K., “afternoon tea,” traditionally served in the family room or garden, and “high tea,” traditionally served after work at the dining table, are part of the nation’s… Read More »

Why stop smoking and drinking

Colic often starts a few weeks after birth, peaking at about 5 to 8 weeks of age. On why stop smoking and drinking Friday night, drunk people are often seen out on the town, making a mess out of themselves, vomiting, fighting, and throwing their sloppy drunk selves around kebab shops. By focusing on an… Read More »

Alcohol and Pregnancy: Attitudes and Patterns of Drinking Vary Around the Globe

While the harmful effects of alcohol on the developing fetus are well established, many women continue to drink during pregnancy; however, patterns of alcohol consumption vary from country to country.  According to the Center for Disease Control, one in 10 (10.2%) of pregnant women in the United States reports drinking alcohol in the past 30… Read More »

Drinking Tea Tied to Better Heart Health

Drinking tea may be good for your heart, researchers report. Chinese scientists analyzed data from a continuing health study conducted in 15 provinces since 1998. The data included a wide range of health and behavioral information on 100,109 adults, including self-reports of tea consumption. Over an average follow-up of seven years, there were 3,683 heart… Read More »

Woman's rare condition makes her sleep for a week after drinking alcohol

A student, named Hermione Cox-Denning, has to sleep for a week every time that she drinks alcohol. Hermione was only recently diagnosed with Kleine-Levin Syndrome which is a  rare neurological condition that causes her body to shut down days a time. When she first started to drink alcohol she thought that she caught a bug… Read More »