Imagine you’re sitting in a Friday morning meeting rubbing your pounding temples with fervour — you’re hoping you can massage away the excruciating hangover plaguing you after one too many cocktails at last night’s happy hour. The shuffle of papers has never been louder, and things are looking bleak.
If you really do have to imagine this scenario because you’ve never been hungover at work, you might be evidence of the hypothesis in a recently published Atlantic article that surveyed more than 100 Americans in their 20s and 30s about their dwindling alcohol consumption. It also makes you a registered dietitian’s dream patient.
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