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(The Lancet)   Study by the Institute of Somebody Get Drew Off The Floor finds that Russians who drink more than three bottles of vodak a week die at a considerably higher rate than those who drink less than one bottle a week   ( divider line
    More: Obvious, Russia, Russians, observational study, relative risk, absolute risk, deaths, prospective study, interest rates  
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2014-02-04 11:03:00 AM  
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Lots of Russian immigrants where I'm at.  I once had a Russian dude tell that the Soviets actually encouraged Soviet men to drink and smoke.  According to my Russian friend, most heavy drinkers and smokers could remain on the job, and be productive, into their mid 50s, at which point they would die, and the government didn't have to pay them a pension.
2014-02-04 10:53:52 AM  
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They die more than once?
2014-02-04 10:53:36 AM  
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ToastTheRabbit: 3.... 2 liter bottles? O_o

Yeah, that's a pretty important question, I had the same one myself.  So I signed up with my junk email address to find out:

Total consumption (frequency times amount, with beer taken as 0·125 and wine as 0·25 times vodka in strength) was described in units of half-litre bottles of vodka per week
2014-02-04 10:48:51 AM  
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3.... 2 liter bottles? O_o
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