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If you've been wondering about how much alcohol you should be drinking in Canada on the daily, the answer is here.

The Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA) has just updated Canada's Low-Risk Alcohol Drinking Guidelines and, well, you might want to put down your drink.

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If you’ve gone out for drinks recently, you know that dropping $18 on a cocktail that seems mostly made of ice is pretty standard.

However, that’s not how TikToker Mabel Martinez felt when her server dropped off her drink with a king ice cube in it, so she turned to social media and put the restaurant on blast.

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Government BC Liquor stores are going to be rationing the amount of alcohol products that customers can buy in one transaction, effective immediately.

The limit on alcohol quantity being purchased is because of the British Columbia General Employees' Union's (BCGEU) strike, "which is shutting down BC’s vital liquor distribution warehouses," said the Alliance of Beverage Licensees of BC in a press release on August 19.

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It's summer and while you might be tempted to wear shorts on the plane ride to your next big getaway, one flight attendant on TikTok says that's one of the worst things you can do.

Christina Ling, who runs the TikTok account @flightattinstructor, recently shared five things she stopped doing once she became a flight attendant, and the must-watch video has already collected more than 2.5 million views.

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What if you could enjoy a boozy night out with your friends and then wake up chipper and ready for brunch the next morning, without paying the price of a hangover?

A new "pre-drinking pill" called Myrkl promises to help make that dream a reality by breaking down the alcohol in your system over the course of a night of drinking. The pill supposedly spares you from the alcohol remnants that give you a hangover in the first place, allowing you to carry on headache-free the next day.

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