Christmas is almost here but one home in Clovis is decorated year round with a Coca-Cola theme

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What leads to compulsive alcohol use?

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We wanted to answer the broad question of how is it that individuals can have exposure to alcohol, the same amount of alcohol and go on to have very different experiences with that. Compulsive alcohol drinking is one of the more I think straight forward symptomologies of alcohol use disorder of one of the most […]

Hard Cider | How to Brew Everything

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hard cider is an alcoholic beverage made from the fermented juices of apples Since it’s made from fermented fruit hard cider can technically be considered a type of wine and is legally often defined as such In the U.S. there are generally three classifications of Apple beverages: Apple Cider which is usually the straight non-alcohol […]

7 Unexpected Health Benefits Of Baking Soda

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7 Unexpected Health Benefits Of Baking Soda Baking soda, otherwise known as sodium bicarbonate, is a white, powdery substance used primarily as an ingredient in baking. Alternatively, if you happen to be a middle school student, you might recognize baking soda as the stuff you mix with vinegar in order to create an erupting science […]

The 3 Healthiest Beverages You Can Drink! Dr Michael Greger

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When it comes to foods it’s highly likely that greens, beans and berries are the 3 healthiest foods we can eat but what about beverages. Well, Green tea has been described by some, as the healthiest beverage on the planet as it is loaded with antioxidants. Green tea is about 30 percent polyphenols by weight, […]

A Journey Through Wine and Food

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Dark Alcohol vs. Clear Alcohol: Which Gives You a Worse Hangover? | Dr. Anish Sheth

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Alcohol and Hormones | Are You in Danger?

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What is Beaujolais Wine? Breaking Down The Region

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Beaujolais is located on the southern tail of Burgundy and it’s a sub region that has been talked about a lot in recent years But not always for the right reasons Located just north of the city of Lyon its picturesque vineyards sit amidst rolling hills which run alongside the river Somme when winemaking dates […]

Try the natural wine trend this holiday season

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