A survey of head traumas recommended that brain-injury victims be administered ethyl alcohol. "Despite the intriguing findings," said a brain-injury specialist, "the message must be the same: If you wish to avoid a brain injury, use alcohol with care and moderation." | Harper's Magazine

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A survey of head traumas recommended that brain-injury victims be administered ethyl alcohol. “Despite the intriguing findings,” said a brain-injury specialist, “the message must be the same: If you wish to avoid a brain injury, use alcohol with care and moderation.”

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A survey of head traumas recommended that brain-injury victims be administered ethyl alcohol. “Despite the intriguing findings,” said a brain-injury specialist, “the message must be the same: If you wish to avoid a brain injury, use alcohol with care and moderation.”

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