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This may be music to your sleep-deprived ears: new research convincingly shows that, for most people, enjoying coffee on a regular basis may actually be good for your heart. This is one of the reasons why the Dietary Guidelines for Americans say that three to five 8-ounce cups a day of plain, black coffee can be part of a healthy diet. (Related: 8 Awesome Benefits of Drinking Coffee, According to Dietitians.)

What we crave in our morning cup of joe is the caffeine it provides. Caffeine is the most commonly consumed natural stimulant in the world. Caffeine gets you hooked

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Authorities in Portugal are investigating after up to 70 children needed hospital treatment earlier this month in the country.

The Economic and Food Safety Authority (ASAE) through its Southern Regional Unit went to the city of Beja to follow up the alert of illness and discover the cause of suspected food poisoning.

ASAE and local public health agencies said the sick children showed symptoms potentially because of contaminated food consumption.

Local officials in Beja reported on May 18 that three children were hospitalized and another three were under observation but the rest had been discharged.

An inspection revealed the origin

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She said Fresco had relatively good sales last summer due to its large outdoor area. Food Fight decided to close Fresco over the winter because the Overture Center wasn’t holding performances and the restaurant’s reduced indoor capacity at the time was 17.

Public Health Madison and Dane County’s COVID-19 restrictions expired Wednesday with no new orders replacing them, meaning all local restrictions on the size of gatherings and the county’s mask mandate were eliminated.

Suemnicht said Food Fight will continue to spread tables out in its 19 restaurants, 16 of which are open. 






Fresco restaurant sits above the Madison Museum

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Good Samaritans helping restaurants during the pandemic

Patrons stepping up to help small businesses



it’s my customers that I owe this to. They bring out the best in me. It’s them, I couldn’t do it without your help. It gives you hope that you know, we’re turning the corner and that they were kind of on the back nine of this and hopefully we can get back to normal soon. This is what my people need right now. I have single moms that work here. I have high school

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A Douglas County sheriff’s deputy was called to the corner of North 21st Street and Aspen Lane in Superior at about 6:15 p.m. Wednesday, May 26, to deal with a pair of dueling Kool-Aid stands. It was reported that the children were throwing the sugary beverage around and at vehicles.

Deputy Cynthia Strange arrived and spoke to two juveniles at the Aspen Lane stand, according to a sheriff’s office report. They explained there had been a friendly “Kool-Aid war” earlier with the stand on the next corner, Linden Lane. They used squirt guns and cups of Kool-Aid until “some lady”

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asDuring most of the pandemic, with the pubs and cafés of Tel Aviv’s hip Florentin neighborhood closed, many residents took lawn chairs outdoors and socialized over sips of gazoz from the ever-popular Café Levinsky 41.

Residents of Tel Aviv’s hip Florentin neighborhood socialize in the streets during the pandemic. Photo by Tess Levy

Heralded by Bon Appétit as one of the next big drink trends, gazoz is a sophisticated non-alcoholic drink with a humble history. The word, reportedly derived from the Turkish for “gas,” refers simply to soda and syrup.

In the hands of Café Levinsky 41 proprietor Benny

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