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Wine Conglomerate Constellation Brands Buys Corona From Anheuser-Busch InBev

Mexican Beer Invades US: Corona, Dos Equis Get Fierce Competition

Hispanic residents in America, after moving to the states, might have missed the brand they've known since they were kids.

Tax On Beer Considered To Help Pay For Health Care

Hard Liquor Seeks Equal Treatment From Colorado Voters

Colorado residents are put on the decision-maker board toward the latest ballot initiatives

MUSE Exhibition At De Re Gallery

What Happens When A Macaron Marries A Donut?

March 20 marked the special day of a new sweet tooth couple in town

Full Moon Party In Thailand

The World's First Champagne Gun To Blast In Miami

What happens when you get shot from this weapon?

AmfAR Hong Kong Gala 2016 - Red Carpet

L.A Chef Wolfgang Puck Reveals Victoria Beckham's Favorite Food

Back when the footballer was playing for LA Galaxy and lived in Los Angeles, David and Victoria Beckham paid regular visit to his Beverly Hills' Cut restaurant. He mentioned the two of them, having their own 'habit' when it comes to ordering foods

42 Below Holds Annual General Meeting

Are Salt, Pepper, Lemon Remedies All Just Fads? Scientists Finally Explain

The salt, pepper and lemon for remedies have been known long ago. But is it just some celeb fads or is there any scientific proof?

President Obama Delivers His Last State Of The Union Address To Joint Session Of Congress

How President Obama Runs The Country And Still Maintains Low Blood Pressure Levels

President Barack Obama has an important job of running the country. Amid his very busy schedule, however, he still manages to keep his blood pressure down. How does he do it?

Government Proposes Improving Nutrition Facts Labeling On Food Products

Experts Rely On Chocolate To Save Food Packaging

Chemical lab at Iggesund, Sweden, used chocolate to analyze packaging materials.

Flint Continues To Struggle With Water Contamination Crisis

Littering Habit On First Date Relates To Social Factors, Coca Cola Explains

The research examined young adults from 16 to 25 years old. It discovered factors that influenced the littering habit in the minds of these respondents

Coffee Shop Drinks Found To Contain Excessive Amounts Of Sugar

Starbucks Sued For Serving 25% Smaller Lattes: Coffee Giant Deceives Customers?

California lawsuit recently sued Starbucks after the coffee giant served lattes 25% less than its standard described.

Easter Treats

Easter 2016 Hot Cross Buns: Get Into The Debates Or Just Enjoy Them?

It’s becoming a worldwide debate up till today – whether to eat the baked bread when it is on sale or patiently wait until it’s time for Good Friday

Daily Farmers Struggle Due To Falling Prices Of Milk In Spain

Raw Milk Consumers: CDC Warns Against Miller's Organic Farm

The advice is suggested after the 2014's finding that confirmed the presence of bacteria in Miller's Organic Farm products in Pennsylvania

Organic Chicken Farms Cited For Overcrowding

Your Guide To Buying Eggs And Why You Should Care

Cage-free, range-free, or pasteurized eggs. Does it matter?

Whisky tasting At The Glenkinchie Distillery

Have You Tried Canned Whiskey?

Stillhouse Original Moonshine is not your typical whiskey in a bottle

Dark chocolate Shown To Boost Heart-Protecting Antioxidants in the blood.

New Yorkers Might Need More Chocolate Consumptions, Research Suggests

For decades, psychologist Merrill Elias had been examining cognitive abilities of the people in New York. The finding was said to be quite representative of the New York population.

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