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Weekend Sip Tip


Looking forward to Homecoming weekend? Be sure your plan includes getting plenty to eat. Of JHU students that choose to drink, 72% report eating something before and/or during drinking. If you choose to drink, start off with a filling meal before drinking and munch throughout your night. Food helps to slow the absorption of alcohol into the blood stream. This will help lessen the effects of alcohol and leads to an easier morning. Grease can often mix with alcohol the wrong way, so try to stick to healthy carbohydrates or nutrient rich foods. And just remember, no one wants to be able to tell what you ate for dinner based on it coming back up. Eat your food, but avoid wearing it: Stop@Buzzed!


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