Science Has Confirmed That Cold Weather Makes You Want to Drink

I'm not sure I needed science to tell me this, but they did it anyway:  When it's COLD outside, it makes us want to drink.  And a new study out of the University of Pittsburgh is actually the first one to confirm it. 

The researchers found a direct connection between the weather in a city and the average alcohol intake.  And it makes sense:  When you get drunk, the alcohol increases the blood flow to your skin, which warms you up. 

But, of course, be careful:  They also found that people in cold weather climates were more likely to have liver disease . . . and that's also directly connected to alcohol. 


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