Skip Nav
Healthy Recipes
The Protein Snack You Need After a Workout — Only 47 Calories
Beginner Fitness Tips
An 8-Week Plan to Make You a Runner
Healthy Recipes
Here's How to Bake the Perfect Egg in an Avocado

Experiment Shows Spiked Eggnog Might Be Safer

Click to Read

Experiment Shows Spiked Eggnog Might Be Safer A recent experiment suggests spiked eggnog may be safer to drink than its PG counterpart. NPR attempted to solve the age-old mystery of whether adding alcohol to eggnog, which contains raw eggs, eliminates risk of food poisoning. To answer the question, NPR sought the help of Rockefeller University microbiologist Vince Fischetti.

How 1 Editor Discovered Her Personal Style When Shopping on a Budget
The Surprsing Legging Trend Kendall Jenner Is Endorsing
1 Editor Makes a Case For the Fanny Pack
Louis Tomlinson Speaks Out About One Direction's Hiatus
From Our Partners
Latest Fitness
All the Latest From Ryan Reynolds