Study Reveals ‘Dry January’ May Limit Alcohol Consumption For Months

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By Mark Lugris

Original Source: thethings.com

After a gluttonous holiday season, many people try to cut back on food and drink in January to shed excess pounds and give their bodies a rest. For the past few years, Dry January, in which people abstain from alcohol for the first month of the year, has grown in popularity. New scientific data reveals that the benefits of even refraining from drinking for a short period of time can have lasting positive effects on people’s physical and mental health, as well as…click here to continue reading

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