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At 40, you’re a person of taste—and with more quality programming at your fingertips than ever before in the history of mankind.
Quaffing drink after drink in some bid for respectability is immature and lame. Plus, prolonged binge-drinking—especially now that you’re not a pliable 20-year-old—can lead to ulcers, kidney stones, high blood pressure, minimized libido, erectile dysfunction (sorry, fellas), gastritis, strokes, and memory loss.
If you’re worried about your alcohol intake, read What Your Boozing Habits Say About Your Health. Gossip is healthy and a crucial part of human society.
In your younger days, you could eat crap and your body would easily bounce back. Filling your belly with all that sodium, sugar, grease, chemicals, and preservatives is literally helping to put you six feet under.
But the truth is more insidious: Many aren’t regulated by the FDA and, according to the American Cancer Society, have been linked to increased rates of breast cancer. However, their research highlighted key disparities in how people use the app, with men making their selections based on appearances whilst women favoured intelligence, career prospects and stability. A team of psychologists at the University of Aberdeen have found that the popular dating app is bringing out basic mating urges in men and women.A recent study found that, in the average bathroom, there are 77,000 distinct types of bacteria.Now, those “employees must wash hands” signs make a lot more sense, right?