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04 October 2016

Who do you think consumes more alcohol – singles or people in relationships?

Who do you think consumes more alcohol – singles or people in relationships? Analysing the drinking behaviour of nearly 5000 Americans, scientists have recently found that folks who live together or are married tend to drink less alcohol and drink less often than those who are single or divorced. According to one of the researchers, Diana Dinescu of the University of Virginia, "once you're in a committed relationship, your drinking frequency declines permanently, whereas quantity goes back up if you exit that relationship".

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