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Tagged With Alcohol

What your daily routine should look like, according to science


We asked 2 sommeliers how to impress a date with your wine order, even when you don't know anything


Holiday office parties as we know them are dying



Here's how different types of alcohol can affect your mood when you're drunk


We tried the 'edible alcohol' that could replace cocktails -- here's the verdict


The disturbing reason why some people turn red when they drink alcohol



This is exactly what you should eat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner when you're hungover, according to a nutritionist


Alcohol and marijuana have very different health effects -- here's which is worse, according to science


The nation's top cancer doctors are asking people to drink less in an unprecedented warning


The science behind 'breaking the seal' -- and why alcohol makes you pee more often


Bartenders reveal why they look down on anyone who orders shots of top-shelf liquor


Alcohol could improve your ability to speak another language, according to new research



9 delicious things you can make with cheap vodka


Here are all the alcohols that are gluten-free


Drinking in front of your kids can leave them 'anxious, embarrassed, and worried' -- even if it's just a glass of wine


An early-morning dance party that startup workers are obsessed with is expanding to universities in the US --  here's what it's like



I went on the Tom Brady diet and workout plan and it changed my life -- here's what it was like


We tried the alcohol diet Tom Brady put NFL player Rob Gronkowski on, and it was a lot harder than we imagined


The science of why you should add water to your whiskey


A 40-year study finds Generation Z is avoiding sex, alcohol, and driving like never before