Going dry (or dry-ish) this January? These new no- and low-alcohol spirits will keep things interesting

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I tried a bevy of nonalcoholic and low-alcohol drinks, from apertifs and bourbons to mushroom-infused tonics. These were my favorites. When I told my wife in mid-December that I had taken on the fun project of evaluating a bunch of nonalcoholic and lower-alcohol beverages for Dry January, her scorn could not have been more acute. “What’s fun about that?” Read Full Story

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Yale neuroscientists have identified 29 reasons why you drink too much

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The researchers identified problematic alcohol users and cross-referenced their genomes for common genetic variants. Drinking your way through the pandemic? You’re not alone. A fresh study out of Yale University indicates that there are many, many causes fueling that predilection to hit the bottle. Twenty nine , to be exact: That’s the number of genetic variants associated with problematic drinking , in a new genomic analysis of nearly a half million people, published in Nature Neuroscience . Read Full Story

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