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Most people with diabetes may enjoy alcohol in moderation, but you should always check with your healthcare provider first. Your condition or the medications you are taking could be affected by alcohol consumption.
Plenty of people are allergic to foods. But you can also be sensitive to certain ingredients. For this reason, beer can make some people sick – even if they drink moderately. Here’s how you can tell if your beer is causing you problems.
Is it harmful to take acetaminophen (Tylenol®) after a few drinks? Our expert weighs in.
Dry mouth can be incredibly uncomfortable. We share eight tips to help relieve your dry mouth.