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Medical Professionals Encourage A “Dry January” To Start The New Year

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As New Year’s Day approaches, health-based resolutions are hardly novel. The trend of “Dry January” has gained momentum during the pandemic, with 15% of U.S. adults attempting temporary alcohol abstinence last year. Dr. Rotanya Carr is the head of gastroenterology at the University of Washington School of Medicine and recently outlined some of the health benefits of picking up this practice.

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