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Alcoholic intoxication is an abnormal mental state characterized by reduced self-control and various degrees of euphoria or depression, brought about by the temporary impairment of a pretty big chunk of the brain. As the term suggests, it involves the ingestion of a chemical toxin, ethanol, which in small doses makes us happy, more sociable and better at thinking creatively and defusing conflicts. In progressively higher doses, it can lead to degraded motor coordination, slurred speech, violent arguments, maudlin expressions of love, inappropriate touching, injuries, blackouts, property damage and even karaoke.

Why do we do it? Historically, scientists have written off

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LAYTON — A Layton food truck will receive a new look, just days after it was vandalized with anti-Asian, racist messages.

The owners of the Yum Yum Food Truck, Brevin Pierce and his father Ben, shared images on Facebook of what the vehicle will look like after it is “wrapped” at Identity Graphx.

On Wednesday evening, the vintage, black food truck sat parked in a garage at Gorilla Shine in Layton. Maria Rivera, owner of the detail shop at Gorilla Shine, did a final walk-through with Brevin to show him everything they deep cleaned that day.

The detail

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Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S., accounting for as many as 1 in 4 deaths every year. Some of the risk factors of this disease include high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, and smoking. Outside of family history, we know that the main culprits are diet and other lifestyle factors, but new research suggests that some individuals may be at higher risk simply because of the way their body responds to eating certain foods.

A new peer-reviewed study from the health care science startup ZOE, and published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition,

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This brings new meaning to putting lobsters in the “pot.”

US researchers redefined “lobster pot” after testing whether dosing the crustaceans with marijuana smoke could ease their pain as they’re being cooked.

To test whether “exposing lobster to cannabis smoke” reduced their trauma, the scientists placed several store-bought Maine lobsters in a sealed box filled with tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) — the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana — for 30 to 60 minutes at a time. The weed vapor was delivered in 10-second spurts every five minutes.

They found that the critters’ movements noticeably slowed down, while samples taken later from their gills,

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In regards to perception, it appears a COVID-19 switch has flipped. The CDC’s May 13 announcement that vaccinated individuals could gather, indoors or outdoors, has triggered a watershed moment in the pandemic’s 15-month journey.

For the first time since Datassential began tracking consumer sentiment over a year ago, more people are concerned about the economic crisis caused by coronavirus today than the public-health crisis (51 versus 49 percent). And, fittingly, consumers have noticed signs of the industry’s labor shortage and indicators of inflation, such as higher menu prices.

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The Digital Restaurant Customer Isn’t Going Anywhere

Employee Engagement and

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The defunct beverage gets a sly shout-out in Disney+’s new Marvel series.

Mobius loves his Josta | Disney+

Mobius loves his Josta | Disney+

The first time Tom Hiddleston’s Asgardian God of Mischief sits down opposite Agent Mobius in the new Disney+ series Loki, the Time Variance Authority investigator played by Owen Wilson cracks open a can of soda. At first glimpse, you can tell only that it’s not Coca-Cola or another familiar brand, but the product’s name is soon revealed: Josta.

While it’d be more than fair to assume that the drink is a creation of the Loki

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