As a foodie who enjoys American diners, a traveler who is grateful for being transported around the country, and even the world, by our nation's airlines, I beg you to stop offering me tea and then giving me something entirely different.
As we step further into fall and the weather continues to cool down, warming foods and drinks become extra delicious and comforting. Think hot chocolate after a morning ski or an apres-surf cup of coffee or tea.
Tea time is a sacred ritual for cultures around the world. As tea is accessible and easily cultivated in so many regions, distinct cultures from Europe to the Middle East adopted tea as an important cultural artifact centuries ago.
A study in the Journal Nature Genetics showed some people are genetically predisposed to age more rapidly than others. Age-associated diseases are more related to biological rather than chronological age.