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Scientist Says New Drug Gets You Drunk Without Hangovers

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November 11, 2013
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Summary:
A British scientist now says he has developed an "alcohol-surrogate." It reportedly will inebriate the user, like alcohol, but without negative effects like aggression, addiction and hangovers.


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