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APC supporters, not Benue people drink beer from 9 am till dawn insulting me – Ortom

The Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom has reacted to the report currently making the rounds on social and traditional media accusing the governor of referring to the entire people of his State as drunkards.

DAILY POST recalls that reports emerged on many online media platforms on Saturday alleging that the governor had during a function in the state said “if you go round Makurdi town, our people start drinking beer from 9 am and some from there, they will go to sleep, and they come back and insult the governor for not helping them to add value to their lives”.

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NURTW warns drivers against drink-driving

The National Union of Road Transport Workers has called on its members not to drink or use telephones while driving as this could lead to road accidents or deaths which are usually on the rise at the end of the year.

The President of the NURTW, Alhaji Tajudeen Baruwa, said this during a nationwide tour of branches of the union.

While touring Lagos on Thursday, Baruwa said, “We have to sanitise our motor parks very well, we have been hearing a lot of unpleasant things in the media about drivers.

“Drivers have to be careful when

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Signs You Have an Unhealthy Relationship with Alcohol

At the end of a long, stressful day, it might feel natural to reach for a beer or a glass of wine. After all, many people like to let loose and relax with a drink in hand. But at what point does this casual, happy-go-lucky drinking drift toward something a little unhealthy?

Overall, social drinking is typically considered low-risk, as long as you’re imbibing in “moderation.” “People and societies might define ‘social drinking’ very differently, but generally it means drinking within a set of social norms and in a way that does not put someone at risk,” Sheila Specker, M.D.

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How to Make a Freddo Cappuccino, the Latest Drink to Take Over TikTok

Whipped coffee (aka dalgona coffee) took social media by storm at the start of the pandemic. And it’s no secret why: What’s not to love about coffee, sugar and milk that’s whipped to frothy perfection? Whipped strawberry milk and whipped lemonade followed soon after, and now, there’s yet another coffee-based bev to whip up at home: the freddo cappuccino. Read on for details on the latest trending java sipper, plus an easy recipe for making it at home.

RELATED: How to Make Whipped Strawberry Milk, the 2-Ingredient Viral Drink Inspired by Dalgona Coffee

The freddo is a Greek beverage that’s

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Expanded License Agreement For Spider Energy Drink

We are so excited to be bringing Spider Energy Drink into the Caribbean and Central America Market. The “energy” in this emerging market is always positive, high and fun. Between the residents and the tourists, we are certain Spider Energy Drink will provide the function, taste and brand local consumers will love,” said Steven Hoffman, CEO, Golden Grail.

About Spider
Spider Energy drink is packed with serious energy. This formula is the perfect balance of energy boosting B-vitamins, Taurine, Guarana, Ginseng, Key Levels of Amino Acids and herbal extracts. Made with 100% real sugar, Spider Energy is

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Vegan Starbucks Holiday Drinks, to Get in on the Festivities

Fans of peppermint bark are totally obsessed with the Peppermint Mocha — it blends flavors of espresso, peppermint, and mocha, making for a deliciously sweet sip. And although it isn’t traditionally made vegan, you can customize it to ensure it’s free of animal products. According to the coffee company, you can place your order, but request an alternative milk (any of the plant-based varieties would taste great!), and forgo the whipped cream and chocolate curl topping.

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Tourists break into Rome’s Colosseum to drink beer

(CNN) — Back in the days of Ancient Rome, entering the Colosseum without a ticket would have meant you were about to be pitted against wild beasts and fellow gladiators.

But in 2021, it means you’re simply a tourist wanting to have a beer at one of the world’s most famous sites, and are happy to break the law to do so.

This week, Italian police caught two American tourists who had taken it upon themselves to break into the Colosseum after dark.

They had climbed over high railings to get in, and walked up the ancient steps to the

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Do fitter people drink more alcohol?

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Strange as it may seem, fitter people tend to drink more.

The latest study to confirm this comes from the Cooper Institute in Dallas, Texas. The researchers looked at data from 38,000 healthy patients aged between 20 and 86. The patients were divided into five fitness categories, adjusted for sex and age, based on a run-to-exhaustion test on a treadmill. The least fit group was classified as ‘low fitness’, the next two ‘moderate fitness’, and the highest two ‘high fitness’.

Alcohol consumption, meanwhile, was divided into three groups: light (three or fewer drinks per week),

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Drinking coffee and tea could lower your risk of dementia and stroke

Your morning cup(s) of joe or tea could be reducing you risk of dementia and stroke, according to a new study. 

Over 10 to 14 years, the peer-reviewed study published in PLOS Medicine followed more than 360,000  participants to estimate the associations between coffee and tea consumption and incident stroke and dementia. 

Researchers found those who drank two to three cups of coffee or three to five cups of tea or a combination of both for four to six cups a day had the lowest risk of dementia or stroke. 

Fact check:No, decaffeinated coffee is not made from dirt

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Drinking tea, coffee lowers risk of stroke and dementia: Study, Science News

A quick cup of coffee or tea is something that we all crave when things get too overwhelming or when we feel sleepy. A few sips and we are ready to tackle life again. But according to a new study, drinking coffee or tea may protect you from stroke and dementia.

The study is carried out by researchers from Tianjin Medical University in China. The study is being called one of its own kind due to large number of people involved.

365,000 people between the ages 50 and 74 were observed for more than a decade. The participants reported how

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