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Booze intake influenced by glass shape

Research subjects drank beer from a curved glass almost twice as fast as from a straight sided glass, but the shape of the glass made no difference when the drinks were non-alcoholic, say Bristol University booze boffins. The subjects were 160 social drinkers aged 18 to 40 with no history of alcoholism. At one session […]

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Loud Music Boosts Booze Consumption




Published in the journal Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research, a French study has found that loud music in a bar setting leads to more drinking in less time. “Previous research had shown that fast music can cause fast drinking, and that music versus no music can cause a person to spend more time in a […]




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