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Polish Center of Wisconsin Café Nights

The Polish Center patio is open for Café Nights every Wednesday from 4 to 8 p.m. with new entrees and drink specials until Oct. 27. The menu for May 12 features grilled salmon or chicken supreme, served with rice, vegetable, roll and butter for $15. Future entrees this month include the Polish platter or roasted half chicken on May 19, and Polish pot roast or  baked cod dinner on May 26. A new drink special ($7) is offered every week, such as the Sobieski Sunburst or the Polish Pineapple Whip with toasted coconut vodka,

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  • Drinking sugary beverages every day may increase your risk of early-onset colorectal cancer, research suggests.
  • A large study found that women who had two or more sugary drinks a day were more likely to develop colorectal cancer before age 50.
  • These findings support existing research that diet is linked to the rise of colorectal cancers in younger people.
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Daily consumption of sodas and other sweetened drinks may be linked to an increased risk of developing colorectal cancer before age 50, according to a study published

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There are so many ways you can brew coffee these days. There’s pour-over, French press, Chemex, Aeropress, and now you can even steep coffee like it’s tea. With so many different ways to make a cup of coffee, we had to ask ourselves—are any of them considered the healthiest? Quick answer: Not really. After consulting multiple dietitians, we concluded that the best coffee to drink is one that isn’t loaded with added sugars.

This may seem simple and perhaps a bit vague, but the truth is that coffee’s actually pretty good for you. If you’re keeping your caffeine

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Exercising can increase your need to drink water, but there’s no need to overdo it.

The warmer weather and longer days have inspired reminders to “stay hydrated” and drink eight glasses of water – or about two liters – a day.

Not to burst anyone’s water bottle, but healthy people can actually die from drinking too much water. I am an exercise physiologist, and my research focuses on overhydration and how drinking too much water affects the body. Since water – and sodium – balance is essential to life, it is extremely rare for people to die from drinking

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Colorectal cancer is the third most common type of cancer in the U.S. and the second leading cause of cancer-related death.

According to the American Cancer Society, the rate of colorectal cancer in younger individuals been increasing steadily since the 1980s, with approximately 18,000 people under 50 diagnosed with the condition in 2020 alone. However, it’s not just genetics that may predispose you to this deadly condition—a new study reveals that your choice of drink may be a major factor in your colorectal cancer risk.

According to research published in the BMJ journal Gut on May 6, drinking

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With the weather heating up across the U.S., countless people are once again firing up their grills, hearing the dulcet tones of their local ice cream truck’s jingle, and cooling off with a glass of iced tea.

However, that steeped and often sweetened drink may be doing more than just providing you some much-needed refreshment on a hot day. From your weight to the functionality of your vital organs, read on to discover the side effects of drinking iced tea, according to science. And if you want to improve your health the easy way, check out The 7 Healthiest Foods

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