Fluid may enter a capillary and rejoin the bloodstream
Fluid may enter a lymph vessel to join the lymphatic fluids. Lymph flows through the vessels and ultimately into the bloodstream through a large lymph vessel that empties into a large vein.
eating food while drinking, or beforehand
no binge drinking - knowing when to stop
respect of non-drinkers
avoiding drinking when solving problems or making decisions
not admiring or encouraging drunkenness
remaining peaceful, calm & unchanged by drinking
causing no problems to others or themselves by drinking
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