The latest and greatest output of the scientific community is the potential alcohol cure called DHM. This drug is found in a Chinese raisin tree and has been used in China to treat hangovers for over 500 years.
Scientists have now run sample tests on rats and have found that when given DHM, the rats remain sober no matter how much alcohol they're given. It works by somehow stopping the brain from absorbing the intoxicating fluids, meaning that anyone could take shot after shot and not feel a thing. So far this has only been tested on small critters, but very shortly human experimentation will begin and expectations are high.
DHM may be the cure for alcoholism and has the potential to help millions of people around the world.
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