5 Kinds of Drunk People

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welcome to the internet support group with dan hello internet, today, I’d like to talk about alcohol don’t worry nothing educational or informative so the other day I went to a party I know you’re as surprised as I am and um I had to be somewhere the next morning so I wasn’t drinking and […]

Top 10 Coca-Cola Myths that are LIES!!!

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With so many interesting facts, there doesn’t seem to be any need for urban legends about the 133-year-old soda. Yet, when a product is subject to such far-reaching and enduring popularity, it’s not surprising that a few myths have sprung up along the way. Here are ten famous Coca-Cola myths that have far more basis […]

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Alcohol and Drug Abuse in relation to ED & SH. Mental Heath Videos with Kati Morton | Kati Morton

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Hey everyone, this week’s video topic is something that makes us uncomfortable! We don’t like to talk about it. Ugh! Alcohol and drug abuse. What do we do? Stay tuned So like I said, this week’s video topic is something that many of you have actually reached out to me and wanted to know more […]

Probiotics Benefits + Myths | Improve Gut Health | Doctor Mike

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London Wine: London’s First Vineyard Since The Middle Ages

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COMM: These ripe grapes can easily belong to a vineyard in the south of France, or the rolling hills of Italy, but in fact, this is a rainy corner of north London. Forty Hall vineyard in Enfield is hoping to produce the capital’s first commercial-scale wine since the middle ages. Manager Sarah Vaughan-Roberts has been […]

A video case study on Burch Family Wines

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TRANSCRIPT [VOICEOVER] Australia’s award-winning wines are among the best in the world, known for their quality, diversity and value. [VOICEOVER] Australian wine is increasingly popular with North Asia’s growing middle-class consumers, who are developing a taste for high-end premium products. [VOICEOVER] Australia’s free trade agreements with China, Japan and Korea will see wine tariffs of […]

How To Read & Pronounce A Bordeaux Wine Label

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Bordeaux bottles are often recognisable due to their classic high shouldered shape and their labels on the other hand may appear confusing at first glance Especially if you don’t speak French By following a few simple steps, you will be able to understand and interpret these labels First start with the appellation which is where […]

Alcohol Awareness Campaign PSA: Thoughts

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DAD: Oh, hey bud. SON: Oh. DAD: Where you headed? SON: Uh, just going to hang out. DAD THINKING: It’s a school night. With Gary and Todd? Yeah. DAD THINKING: I’m not sure about those two. I’ve been meaning to ask you… DAD THINKING: This is tougher than I thought. Is there any drinking going […]

Wine Christmas calendar. December 1st

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Hello and welcome to this Christmas calendar, wine calender. I am Nikolaj and this is João. I am João, yeah. So… What more than João? João… Just,just… Ah, Dr. João… Dr. what was it? We will go through that later Well this is a Christmas TV calendar which is quite a popular thing in Denmark. […]