Granadin scientists who dosed volunteers with a prize-winning young red wine made from Syrah and tempranillo grapes determined that the consumption of alcohol causes ethanol to enter the eye's tear film, which then evaporates more quickly, increasing the perception of halos. | Harper's Magazine

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Granadin scientists who dosed volunteers with a prize-winning young red wine made from Syrah and tempranillo grapes determined that the consumption of alcohol causes ethanol to enter the eye’s tear film, which then evaporates more quickly, increasing the perception of halos.

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Granadin scientists who dosed volunteers with a prize-winning young red wine made from Syrah and tempranillo grapes determined that the consumption of alcohol causes ethanol to enter the eye’s tear film, which then evaporates more quickly, increasing the perception of halos.

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