Science: Cold Weather Makes You Want to Drink

According another study, this one from the University of Pittsburgh, when it's cold outside, it makes us want to drink.

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

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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