Different booze, different buzz? It's a myth. Really.

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Different booze, different buzz? It's a myth. Really.

  • Released On:February 13, 2017
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We’ve all heard it: If you drink different types of alcohol, you’ll probably feel drunk in different ways.

But as it turns out, the theory that different kinds of booze will get you different kinds of drunk is not actually true.

“It doesn’t matter what drink a person is taking,” Dr. Subhash Pandey said in an interview with USA TODAY College. “What matters is the alcohol content.” That’s the amount of alcohol in an alcoholic drink.

Read more at: USA Today

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Subhash C. Pandey PhD

  • Director, Center for Alcohol Research in Epigenetics
  • Professor of Biochemistry in Psychiatry
  • Professor of Anatomy and Cell Biology
  • Director, Neuroscience Alcoholism Research
  • Senior VA Career Research Scientist
  • Department of Psychiatry, College of Medicine, University of Illinois at Chicago

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