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Weighted data from the survey suggested that 44% of women in the study population drank during the three months before pregnancy and 6% during the last trimester, but almost all drank lightly.
After the revolution, newly hired workers no longer had to buy a round of drinks for their mates, and they no longer drank in honor of their bosses.
Respondents were asked to indicate how often they drank in a typical month in order to measure frequency of alcohol use.
The source of the DAIQUIRI, for instance, was the Daiquiri iron mines in Cuba around the turn of the century, when foreign engineers drank a mixture of light rum, lime juice and sugar to ward off tropical fevers.
Robert Bauman, a recovering alcoholic who left the House in 1980, says, "I do know of members who drank during session.
Thirteen endurance athletes drank either a carbohydrate-electrolyte sports drink (Gatorade(R)), a carbohydrate-protein-electrolyte sports drink (Accelerade(R)), or water after losing 2.
The researchers, who followed 38,000 men for 12 years, found that subjects who drank three or more days a week were one-third less likely to have a heart attack than those who drank less than once a week.
In one 8-week phase, the women drank orange juice laced with 15 grams of alcohol each night before bed; in another, they drank juice containing 30 grams a night, the equivalent of two drinks.
Those who drank a little less had a commensurately greater chance of forgetfulness or other symptoms of mental deterioration overall.