Answer: The minimum legal drinking age in the USA (all states) is generally 21 years. This is a Federal mandate that was put into affect by the the National Minimum Drinking Age Act of 1984, which required all states to raise their minimum alcohol beverage purchase and public possession (with exceptions) age to 21 years or face Federal funding cuts.
Answer: this is a good ?. normally people say its too early to drink, but the reason behind the madness is because in the morning you need to start your metabolism. doctors and trainers say to eat breakfast in order to start your metabolism for the day, and burn more calories throughout the day. why not to drink really early in the morning is because of your digestive track with your metabolism, it is not good to wake up and start your system with a literal poison to your liver. but lunch and dinner its fine to drink because there is substance is your system. it is always unhealthy to drink a lot of alcohol. one glass of wine a day is actually really good for your system because it can cleanse it with all the other substances. so yeah. hope that helped. ;-)
Answer: Grammatically, you are right to say a verb takes an object to form part of a complete sentence. In your example, " The doctor " is the subject, " recommended " is the verb whereas " you to drink water " is the noun clause, which incidentally includes the infinitive " to drink water ", of the verb " recommended ".
Answer: Milk can affect the absorption, but not enough to worry about it. This may not be true of other antibiotics, so be sure to check the actual medication that you are taking.
"Previous studies [Jackson et al. 1980] have shown that the bioavailability of Augmentin is not affected by food. The present work has shown that aluminum hydroxide, milk and cimetidine do have some influence on the bioavailability of a single dose of oral Augmentin, but the small differences observed are unlikely to be of therapeutic importance. It is concluded that Augmentin may be administered in clinical practice with any of these substances."
Before exercise: Drink one to cups (eight to 16 ounces) of fluid two hours before exercise to make sure you are well hydrated. Then drink another one-half to one cup immediately before exercise.
During exercise: Drink one-half to one cup every 15 to 20 minutes during exercise. Although this might seem tough at first, once you schedule it into your regular training routine, you will quickly adapt to having fluid in your stomach. In fact, the fuller your stomach is, the faster it will empty.
After exercise: Replace any fluid you have lost. Drink two cups of fluid for every pound of body weight you lose during exercise.
In hot, humid weather, you need to drink more than usual. (But do not forget that dehydration also occurs during cold weather exercise your body temperature rises, and you still lose water through perspiration and respiration.)
Answer: I have type 1 and I take insulin 5x a day. I drink 2 a day. You can but be careful, and monitor your sugar levels because not everyone is the same and you might not be able to drink the energy drinks.