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Environmental cues such as the design of drinking glasses—particularly their size—may also have contributed to increased drinking, particularly of wine.
This article towards the end contains a statement that contradicts this one: "We cannot infer that the increase in glass size and the rise in wine consumption in England are causally linked. Nor can we infer that reducing glass size would cut drinking"
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