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    alchol and nose color

    alchol and nose color,
    i have noticed that after many drinks the nose of humans change his color ...became red....any scientific study regarding this issue?
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    look at wc fields

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    This guy's Shi* Faced for sure.


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    adi, is that you???

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    Quote Originally Posted by darrel
    adi, is that you???
    is strange......... after my injury my nose doesn`t get red anymore when i drink....before injury always my nose was red.
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    mine was that red last week, and very sore

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    Blood vessels.

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    Alcohol use and abuse affects many organs in the body. On the skin, alcohol causes dilation of surface capillaries (tiny blood vessels), resulting in facial flushing and a pinkish-red hue to the cheeks. With chronic use of alcohol, the face and nose will sustain flushing and appear red.
    http://www.ecureme.com/emyhealth/dat...d_Red_Nose.asp

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaMemChose
    Blood vessels.
    is that the answer ? or are you trying to end this perfectly useless thread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by darrel
    is that the answer ? or are you trying to end this perfectly useless thread?
    You have me lauguing Darrel.

    Not trying to end this thread. Just thought I'd share that blood vessels cause the nose to redden with excessive alcohol consumption.

    Of course, that begins the discussion as to the definition of excessive.

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