Alcohol consumption is affected by a protein linked to the circadian rhythm, new research finds

It’s a commonly heard question after New Year’s [celebrations]: “Why do we drink the way we do?” A group of researchers has found that at least some of it has to do with a particular protein in the part of the forebrain that regulates, among other things, decision-making and reward perception.

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