Monday, April 23, 2007

Drinking and Smoking

Why do we do it when it's so bad for us?

Lighting up a cigarette dulls us to the effects of that last drink. Nicotine reduces the amount of alcohol that reaches the bloodstream. Smoking and drinking typically occur simultaneously... blood alcohol content (BAC) shows that a higher nicotine level correlates to lower BAC. That means that when we smoke, we feel less drunk and also the alcohol stays in our tummys for longer.

I guess this type of blog only happens on a Monday morning, lets see.

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