Date PostedJanuary 22, 2018

We May Quit Alcohol in a Generation


A new hangover free synthetic alcohol may be the alcohol of the future according to researchers who say we could give up alcohol within a generation.

Professor David Nutt, a former government drugs advisor who teaches at Imperial College in The UK said alcohol may soon be a thing of the past as people opt for “alcosynth”, a synthetic alcohol that mimics alcohol’s popular effects but minus the throbbing headache and sickness associated with hangovers.

He also said tobacco and cigarettes could also be replaced by electronic cigarettes within a decade.

According to the professor, in another 10 years, people in Western societies won’t consume alcohol except on rare occasions. Read more at

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