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December 1952

We-thought-you-should-know Department.

A REPORT at the International Association of Allergists meeting, in Zurich, Switzerland, confirms the belief that no one should drink beer if he is allergic to barley; wine if he is allergic to grapes; or any drink if he is allergic to the grain, fruit or cereal from which it is made. Dr. Theron Randolph, of Northwestern University, reports that people with allergies suffer moroseness, seclusiveness, loss of appetite, and ataxia during hangovers.

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