Valerie Bertinelli posts social media clip about finding texts as she practices dry January

Valerie Bertinelli recalls finding shock texts and being called ‘fat and lazy’ as she tries to heal from divorce heartache By Mark Mcgreal For Dailymail.Com Published: 01:02 EST, Feb 1, 2023 | updated: 01:02 EST, Feb 1, 2023 Valerie Bertinelli gave fans insight into her doomed marriage to her now ex-husband Tom Vitale in a … Read more

Just two glasses? New alcohol guidelines have Canadians considering the risk

It was dance night at the roller rink. The lights were low; the ’80s tunes cranked high. And Laura Mack was back on skates after a nearly 40-year absence. Unlike in her youth, the 62-year-old’s wrists, knees and elbows were wrapped in protective padding, a helmet snug on her head. With a few lessons under … Read more

Alcohol flush warns of deadly disease: Stanford study

It’s sobering news for the rosy-cheeked drinker. If you’ve knocked back a few and feel a warm flush creep up your face and ears, you’re not alone. While often thought of as annoying rather than dangerous, alcohol flush may be a sign of something more serious brewing beneath the surface, a new study suggests. Roughly … Read more

9 Best (and 6 Worst) Foods for High Blood Pressure

6. Yogurt Eating yogurt regularly may lower blood pressure by about 7 points, according to a 2021 study published in the International Dairy Journal. “Dairy is a good source of nutrients such as calcium, potassium and magnesium,” says Kris-Etherton. All of these have been shown to help lower blood pressure. Many yogurts are also rich … Read more

Alcohol Flushing Response May Increase Chances of Heart Disease

If you’re East or Southeast Asian, you’re probably very familiar with the alcohol flushing response—otherwise known as the “Asian glow.” After one or two drinks, your face and body grows redder than a sun-dried tomato, and people start asking you if you somehow got sunburned at the bar or party that night. The flushing response … Read more

How Alcohol Affects Your Heart, Liver, Weight And Cancer Risk

For most people, the past month or so was jam-packed with holiday cocktails, bubbly Champagne and an abundance of red wine. Now, as many of us are starting to feel our willpower wane regarding Dry January, the question arises: Can alcohol ever be good for you? There’s no question that drinking alcohol comes with risks. … Read more

Are alcoholic drinks the new cigarettes?

Could increased awareness about the health consequences of drinking lead to a generational shift away from alcohol? That will likely depend on policymakers, experts say. On Tuesday, Canada’s Guidance on Alcohol and Health was released by a team of researchers. It showed that no amount of alcohol is good for you, and that even three … Read more

Alcohol consumption on the decline for Gen Z, studies suggest

It’s a social habit people have taken part in for generations, but according to new studies, people are leaving alcohol behind. Recent studies show alcohol consumption among Generation Z (those born in the late 1990s to early 2010s) is on the decline. Read more: Thinking about Dry January? Things to consider when cutting back on … Read more

Andy Cohen ignored me during New Year’s Eve broadcast

Ryan Seacrest claims he was ignored by Andy Cohen as they hosted their respective New Year’s Eve specials last weekend. “It was funny because my big stage was right in front of Anderson [Cooper] and Andy,” Seacrest, 48, told Kelly Ripa during Tuesday’s episode of “Live With Ryan and Kelly.” “When I wasn’t working, I … Read more