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Being Near a Sober Friend May Make You Drink Less

How good are you at knowing how inebriated you are when drinking? Turns out, a lot of how drunk you think you are has to do with the company you keep. A new study, covered by Fox News, found "solid scientific evidence that people are completely unable to determine how soused they are when drinking with a group." Basically if you are intoxicated and with inebriated people, you will think you are less drunk than you really are.

DRINK LESS: Whether or not moderate alcohol consumption can be safe and even healthy is controversial, with studies showing a mixed bag of results. Regardless of how much you drink, alcohol acts as a depressant to your central nervous system and can have a number of different effects as a result. Find out what happens to your brain when you get drunk.
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