Demystifying Medicine Video



We all have that one friend who doesn’t seem to get drunk no matter how much they drink. Wonder why alcohol tolerance differs so drastically? Watch us explain how our body processes alcohol and discover what factors are involved in determining our tolerance towards alcohol.
 
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