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Why is alcohol thought to be relaxing? Victorian and Edwardian explorers might hold the clue

By Edward Armston-Sheret, PhD Graduand in the Department of Geography, Royal Holloway University of London
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In an era before clinical trials, medical writers drew on the stories of explorers as evidence about the health effects of different foods and drinks.The Conversation

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