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Slate's Medical Examiner: AWOL Inhalable Alcohol

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Slate's Medical Examiner: AWOL Inhalable Alcohol

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Slate's Medical Examiner: AWOL Inhalable Alcohol

Slate's Medical Examiner: AWOL Inhalable Alcohol

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NPR's Noah Adams speaks with Slate contributor Amanda Schaffer about a new device that allows people to inhale alcohol. The maker says the device — called Alcohol Without Liquid, or AWOL — won't produce serious hangovers. But Schaffer says inhalable alcohol could prove to be even more addictive than traditional drinks.