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The recent study followed hundreds of couples and found that couples in which only one spouse was a heavy drinker had much higher rates of divorce than other couples.
Food scientists report that they have found an additive which may help curb a chemical reaction that causes wine to look, smell and taste "funky."
High levels of tungsten in the body could double the risk of suffering a stroke.
Women whose diets are primarily plant-based have lower risk of breast cancer, while women whose diets are high in wine, salad and low-fat dressing may have increased risk. Fremont,
Extensive scientific research lead scientists to conclude Estrogen could be a key factor in many diseases today. Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) October 31, 2013
In the current issue of the Journal of Physiology, a pair of researchers concluded that a recent study that showed a popular nutritional supplement could actually lessen the benefits of exercise
According to a new study, regular home repair and gardening can improve cardiovascular health by as much as 30 percent among adults ages 60 and up.
Fool-Proof Wine Values created by Ed Gandia is a new program that reveals to people a step-by-step wine buying guide, and some easy ways to store their wine effectively.
Many underage youth use false identification (ID) to circumvent minimum legal drinking age (MLDA) laws in order to obtain alcohol.
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