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7 ways to make drinking at home fun

You’ve heard the news: everyone is advised to stay at home to slow the spread of Covid-19. You might even be stuck at home now, many of us for days already. Getting bored yet? But what about Spring Break? What...

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How long does alcohol stay in your body?

Alcohol can stay in various parts of the body for different amounts of time. The table below shows how long current tests on the market can detect alcohol from different parts of the body. How long does alcohol stay in...

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Why Your Face Turns Red When You Drink Alcohol (and How to Stop it)

Intense redness and/or red flushing on your cheeks and/or neck & shoulders indicates that the body cannot process ingested alcohol in an efficient manner. This is known as an alcohol flush reaction (or, more commonly, Asian flush). In this article we look at symptoms from alcohol consumption like intense redness and hot flushes, and examine how/why they happen plus what to do about it!

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