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Is it Done Yet? Archaeologists Find 5000 Year-Old Recipe for Beer

Revealing a 5000-year-old beer recipe in China...

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Have Another Lamb Chop. Red Wine’s Resveratrol Counteracts Fatty Diets

Resveratrol found in red wine could help counteract the negative impact of high fat/high sugar diets...

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Peaty Pinots and Gamay in the Gloaming. Global Warming Moves Wine Regions North

Global warming pushes wines into uncharted terroir ...

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Energy for You, Energy for Your Car : Storing Fuel in Coffee Grounds

Scientists have developed a simple process to treat waste coffee grounds to allow them to store methane...

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Are You Next? Fizzy Drinks and Cardiac Arrest : The Link

Carbonated drinks linked with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest of cardiac origin ...

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Boozy Baby Boomers: The Dangerous Drinking Habits of the Over 65s

One in five older people who drink alcohol are consuming it at unsafe levels - over 21 units of alcohol for men and 14 units for women each week - according to a study by King's College London. ...

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Evolution’s Double Throw : Beer Yeast

The crucial genetic mashup that spawned the yeast that brews the vast majority of beer occurred at least twice -- and both times without human help...

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A world of new beers! Raise a glass to the Finns

elsinki. Lakes. Rally drivers. Awkward silences. Prolonged awkward silences. That’s all we knew about Finland. But now they’ve brought us more ways to make beer. Cheers, Finland....

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Coffee Physics: Why Lattes Spill More than Americanos

coating of froth dampens wave motion in liquids. Surfers knew that already – everyone wants a nice clean wave. However, more importantly, researchers at the American Institute of Physics have...

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How Red Wine Stops Cancer

By alcohol source, the lowest cancer incidence is in people who drank red wine...

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Milk’s Longterm Human Legacy

The milk of all three major dairy livestock--cattle, sheep and goats--has been consumed by human populations for at least 5,000 years...

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