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AthletiCo Opens 52nd Physical Therapy Center in South Elgin

AthletiCo, an Illinois-based leader in physical therapy, fitness, and performance services, opens its 52nd center in South Elgin. Oak Brook, IL (Vocus) June 22, 2009 -- AthletiCo, an Illinois-based leader in physical therapy, fitness, and performance services, opens its...

Want to Know the Calorie Content of Your Favorite Drink?

...specially if they're watching their weight," he said. Or that Seagram's gin tops the list of spirits with 120 calories per 1.5-ounce serving, while Ber...nged from 86 for spiced rum (Captain Morgan Original Spiced Rum) to 120 for gin (Seagram's). The average drink contained 98 calories. Among wines, the c...

Wine Woos World as Trade Fair Opens

...or space. However the survey contained good news for vodka, tequila, cognac and whisky producers, indicating these were the leading growth categories. gin is the only category in decline. Other industry issues due to be delved into during Vinexpo, which winds up June 21, include responsible drink...

Young Indians Say Cheers to White Spirits

...iety are making young Indians raise a toast to white spirits like vodka and gin even as the old generation still swears by traditional hard liquors like w...art of the global trend, the consumption of white spirits such as vodka and gin is fast catching up in the subcontinent, thanks to the changing profile of ...

Democrats Balk at Bush's Health Insurance Proposal

...o energy and health care. Stark, however, was unmoved. "I've always thought John Breaux doesn't know what he's talking about. He's just trying to gin up lobbying fees. I wouldn't give him the time of day." Grace-Marie Turner, president of the Galen Institute, a health care research group, said ...

Over indulgence more so when intake is in short glasses

...then instructed to pour a standard 'shot' of alcohol (1.5 ounces, 44.3 ml) for four mixed drinks (vodka tonic, rum and Coke, whiskey on the rocks, and gin and tonic) into the glasses. The bartenders were asked to do the same thing with or without instructions. What was the result determined the outcom...

Short Glasses Make You Drink More

...were then asked to pour a standard "shot" of alcohol (1.5 ounces, 44.3 ml) for four mixed drinks (vodka tonic, rum and Coke, whiskey on the rocks, and gin and tonic). Each bartender was also asked to pour the same four drinks, either with no instructions or after being told to take their time. Bot...

Beer vitamin protects heart

... regularly for 3 weeks led to a 30% increase in vitamin B6 levels. This vitamin is thought to help break down homocysteine. Drinking red wine or Dutch gin brought only about half that increase, research showed. Older individuals and men with an elevated body mass index tended to have higher homocystei...

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