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Research Shows Drinking on the Job May Actually Be Good!

Well now then! Make sure the boss sees this story. New research indicates that drinking booze on the job may actually be a good thing!

According to MSN.com, a new study conducted at the University of Illinois at Chicago found the a little amount of booze in your system can actually help with a persons creativity. We’re talking about a blood alcohol level (BAC) at .08 percent or under. The folks that had a little booze in their system were more creative than the straight, non drinkers. The study indicated that a person is at their creative peak when you have .075% BAC.

The study did find that being drunk prevented you from doing anything productive, but you were HAPPY!

Another round for the office please!

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(source- Huffington Post/ MSN.com)

 

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