A new study was recently published claiming that women who drink alcohol daily tend to lose weight. Researchers studied more than 19,000 women and findings, published out of Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston determined that women who drink alcohol do tend to lose more weight than their non-drinking sober counterparts. I would be wary of this study though, as researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston have published some other studies that throw their motives into question. Here are just a few:
1. Women Who Do Their Grocery Shopping Naked Tend To Have Less Breast Cancer:
There is simply no empirical evidence linking these two phenomenon, and the research methods they used were highly suspect. Those methods being to set up a simulated grocery store, and then sit in lounge chairs drinking pina coladas out of coconuts and watching female study participants shop naked. The amount of high-fiving they did during the research has also drawn skepticism.
2. Women Who Email Pictures Of Themselves Peeing to…
Mike@brighamandwomenshospital.com tend to give birth to children with less birth defects:
This study was curiously published only three days after Brigham and Women’s Hospital researcher Mike Turnhill got dumped by his ex-girlfriend Wanda because he “kept wanting her to pee in front of him”. To this day scientists continue to argue that the research is flawed and Mike may have just wanted some pictures of women peeing sent to his email.
3. Women Who Give Head On The First Date Tend To Go To Heaven:
This study is incredibly contested. Many researchers from other institutions have lobbed such criticisms as, “We do not even know if there is a heaven, and even if we did the correlation between oral sex and getting there is moderate to very moderate at best.”