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An Honest Review on Rolf’s German Restaurant

Recently, Rolf’s German Restaurant opened in New York City. It is the newest addition to an already long list of restaurants and bars in this bustling metropolis. Rolf’s offers a wide variety of food, from traditional German dishes like schnitzel and curry wurst to American favorites such as burgers and chicken wings. Rolf’s also has...

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NYC to Require Proof of Vaccination for Indoor Dining, Fitness and Entertainment

NYC to Require Proof of Vaccination for Indoor Dining, Fitness and Entertainment

In New York City, proof of vaccination will soon be required for indoor dining, exercise, and entertainment. “When you hear those words, I want you to imagine the notion that because someone is vaccinated, they can do all the amazing things that are available in New York City,” the mayor said. “If you’re unvaccinated, unfortunately, you will...

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Exploring Thailand Cuisine

When we mention Thailand, we immediately recognize that it is one of the world’s most renowned holiday destinations. From culture, religion, food, nature to adventure sports – Thailand promotes a unique culture. Exploring Thai Food Thai food plays a crucial role in the Thai way of life. In fact, it is fair to say that...

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Controversy Ensues After Recent Report Claims Saturated Fats Do Not Increase Heart Risk

Controversy Ensues After Recent Report Claims Saturated Fats Do Not Increase Heart Risk

In a bold move which challenged the mainstream medical though, three cardiologists have recently asserted that saturated fat does not actually enlarge the risk of a heart attack by clogging up arteries. This declaration has, unsurprisingly, received a great amount of criticism. In an editorial published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, these cardiologists...

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Careful: Alcohol Linked to Heart Arrhythmias

Careful: Alcohol Linked to Heart Arrhythmias

Researchers in Germany conducted a study that has led them to the conclusion that getting drunk is correlated with heart arrhythmias, which are atypical heart rhythms. The researchers conducted the study in an atmosphere that was full of possible subjects to partake in such. “Basically we were sitting over a beer or two, ironically, and...

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