Reduce your risk of alcohol-related injury: stay drunk

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[url=http://www.theregister.co.uk/2006/02/22/swiss_alcohol_research/]The Register[/url] said:
Reduce your risk of alcohol-related injury: stay drunk
Chris Williams: Published Wednesday 22nd February 2006 21:02 GMT

Reckless amateurs a danger to themselves

Weekend drinkers are more likely to injure themselves when hammered than full-time pro boozehounds, Swiss researchers have found.

Admissions to the emergency department at Laussanne University Hospital over an 18-month period from pool cue related mishaps and the like were much more frequent amongst less committed schnapps bingers. The pattern was the same for both men and women.

A further finding of the study, published in the journal Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, and to be filed under Bleedin' Obvious, was that people who never drank were many times less likely to wind up in casualty.®
So, to conclude: Stay drunk, stay safe! :lol:
 

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batfink2 said:
[url=http://www.theregister.co.uk/2006/02/22/swiss_alcohol_research/]The Register[/url] said:
Reduce your risk of alcohol-related injury: stay drunk
Chris Williams: Published Wednesday 22nd February 2006 21:02 GMT

Reckless amateurs a danger to themselves

Weekend drinkers are more likely to injure themselves when hammered than full-time pro boozehounds, Swiss researchers have found.

Admissions to the emergency department at Laussanne University Hospital over an 18-month period from pool cue related mishaps and the like were much more frequent amongst less committed schnapps bingers. The pattern was the same for both men and women.

A further finding of the study, published in the journal Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, and to be filed under Bleedin' Obvious, was that people who never drank were many times less likely to wind up in casualty.®
So, to conclude: Stay drunk, stay safe! :lol:
Strange people the Swiss 8O
 
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What was it Orson Wells said in "The Third Man"?

"30 years of the Borgias gave us Michelangello and the Renaissance, 800 years of peace and prosperity in Switzerland gave us the cukoo clock"
 

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