The best thing to drink when you have a fever is water. coffee and alcohol will dehydrate you. you could also drink Gatorade, which gives you electrolytes.
Yes. It is OK to drink coffee during pregnancy. But too much of it is not OK otherwise also.
No, they can only drink TEA and COFFEE.
It is NOT OK to drink alcohol when you are pregnant ... period.
why drink alcohol in the first place. it'll be easier to stop if it's not ok
Generally it is not a good idea to drink alcohol under conditions where you already run the risk of becoming dehydrated. You shouldn't drink coffee, tea or other caffeinated drinks, either. Be advised that excessive consumption of alcohol is a common cause of diarrhea.
He drank coffee. He did not drink alcohol or beer.
no it is not ok to drink alcohol because it got bad effects on your bode
Many people like to drink coffee after they have had alcohol. However, it is not proven that coffee will help a person sober up faster.
Umm coffee does get you a bit drunk for example coffee is a addicting thing just drink one to two cups of coffee then you will be OK
I don't know for shore but I do know she does not drink coffee or alcohol xx
wine/alcohol or coffee
An Irish coffee is a coffee drink with some form of alcohol in it. The term comes from the stereotype of a drunk Irish man who must have alcohol in everything he drinks.
per religion, it is forbidden to drink alcohols or any drink containing alcohols.
No you should not drink any alcohol with your medication.
When your doctor says it is OK. Not before.
No, you can be charged with underage use.
it is no problem at all
It is not okay to drink alcohol while taking Ciprofloxacin. Drinking alcohol while taking prescription medications can pose health dangers.
The reason why intoxicated people drink coffee is not to slow the absorption of alcohol into the body, but to use caffeine as a stimulant, to counteract the depressant effect of alcohol. One drug fights against the other. But no, coffee does not slow the rate of alcohol absorption into the bloodstream.
It's 2014. You should know by now.