Some people can drink a lot of wine without ill effect. Others are on the couch after a glass. Science might know why.
It’s worth learning the difference between these spirits.
You can find all sorts of things on the menu at Cracker Barrel—except for these discontinued items.
While pouring milk into your coffee or a glass of orange juice in the morning doesn't seem like a difficult task, you might be doing it wrong.
It’s important to make sure you’re doing everything you can to alleviate the muscle aches and pains that can come from exercising.
From the Unicorn Frappuccino to the Eggnog Latte, you can no longer find these beverages at Starbucks.
These gone-but-not-forgotten libations still have their fan-bases, some of whom shell out pretty serious cash for these vintage potables.
Though its origins are hazy, India pale ales first made their mark during the 18th century as hops became more important in the brewing process.
This ancient alcoholic beverage, made by fermenting honey and water, is practically as old as human civilization.
If you post proof of your mullet online, Natural Light might supply you with the funds to buy beer (and cover the cost of your haircut).
There's an easy way to remove coffee stains from your favorite mugs using an item you likely already have at home.
The Secura electric wine bottle opener is one of Amazon's best-selling kitchen gadgets and is now on sale.
Tea really does taste better when it's made with a kettle instead of a microwave. Here's the science behind the phenomenon.
Sips by is a monthly tea subscription service that sends you four types of tea to make over 16 cups for just $16 a month.
It's true that wine starts to oxidize the moment you uncork it, but that's no reason to pour the leftovers down the drain.