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Alcohol and Injuries: Together Like Bread and Butter

“It’s not that tall,” Josh thought. “I can jump it. Easy.” An hour later, Josh was in the ER getting treated for burns thanks to a drunken attempt at leaping over a raging bonfire. When you’ve had a few drinks, your inhibitions decrease and you are more likely to try risky behaviors. And guess what...
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