How to avoid overdrinking during the holidays

12/19/2012 | Washington Post, The

The risk of drinking too much alcohol is higher over the holidays, when less-familiar seasonal drinks are offered and many people feel holiday stress and pressure to be convivial, experts say. Registered dietitian Cheryl Harris suggests several ways to curtail alcoholic intake, including alternating sparkling water with stronger drinks, setting an evening quota and sucking on hard candy when you're ready to stop.

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