drink


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Synonyms for drink

booze

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beverage

Synonyms

drink something in

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drink to something or someone

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  • toast
  • salute
  • propose a toast to
  • pledge the health of
  • wish health to

the drink

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  • the sea
  • the main
  • the deep
  • the ocean
  • the briny

Synonyms for drink

to take into the mouth and swallow (a liquid)

to take alcoholic liquor, especially excessively or habitually

to take in (moisture or liquid)

to salute by raising and drinking from a glass

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any liquid that is fit for drinking

an act of drinking or the amount swallowed

Synonyms for drink

the act of drinking alcoholic beverages to excess

any large deep body of water

propose a toast to

be fascinated or spell-bound by

drink excessive amounts of alcohol

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Examples: Cola, energy drinks, carbonated drinks in cans, chrysanthemum tea in packets, isotonic drinks, coffee in cans
The people who drank the most sugary drinks had a 30 per cent higher cancer risk.
Although people have been drinking fewer sugary drinks in the United States in the past decade, soda and other sweetened drinks still represent the single largest source of added sugar in the U.S.
Other research has also claimed links between diet drinks and health issues ranging from Alzheimer's disease to an increased risk of various cancers.
Participant energy drink use was dichotomized into two groups: a) past 30-day use and b) no past 30-day use.
(1.) What is a standard drink? Motional Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) Alcohol & Your Health website.
Some studies have also shown that teenagers who drink heavily 'are more than 12 times likelier to use illegal drugs than those who do not drink.' As one doctor puts it: 'These kids don't necessarily know what they feel, or even like what they feel.
The participants were then monitored for a 10-year period - factoring in influencers, such as age, sex and whether people smoked - before scientists determined that participants who consumed an artificially sweetened diet drink daily were three times more likely to suffer a stroke, or from dementia, in later life.
Such impairment can also result in the activation of sympathetic adrenal-medullar system.3 A research investigated that a 100 ml of energy drink contains 80-242 mg of caffeine that is equivalent to consumption of eight cups of strong coffee in a day.4 The overdose of caffeine can also cause greater risk of toxicity and disturb the overall health structure particularly among youngsters.
It's not just energy drink innovation that is booming, as volume sales are also on a high.
Poole notes that water is an excellent drink of choice, especially for orthodontic patients.
Take a sip of your drink every time you hear the word "Macy's"
Sugary drinks, including regular soda, sports drinks, sweetened tea, and fruit drinks, are the main source of added sugar in U.S.
For example, Americans who drink alcohol are more likely to believe it is good for their health (20%) than those who do not drink (12%).
JoEo Breda, from the WHO Regional Office for Europe, and colleagues reviewed the literature on the health risks, consequences and policies related to energy drink consumption.