11-year-aged entrepreneur ordered by health department to shut down thriving cupcake business, told it’s ‘illegal’ For more than two years, 11-year-old Chloe Stirling of Troy, Illinois, has been baking cupcakes out of her family’s home and selling them to friends and neighbors in her neighborhood, an effective business endeavor that has put the child well on the right track to purchasing a car by the time she actually is old enough to operate a vehicle. But local health officials demanded that youthful Chloe instantly cease all baking procedures recently, accusing the budding business owner of running an ‘unlawful’ food operation.Continue Reading >> Myth Zero. 7: It doesn’t matter what sort of pill is ingested. The Cleveland Clinic advises patients to consider their oral medicaments with a complete 8 oz glass of water to avoid throat irritation and various other potential consequences. Taking pills with any other liquid—specifically, alcohol—can interfere with the manner in which the physical body absorbs the medication. To add another layer of complexity, some medicines should be taken with food, while others may have strange or even dangerous interactions with specific foods that patients may not be aware of.