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The Alcoholic Nose Myth

Snout…Schnoz…Honker…Nozzle…Sniffer…whatever name you call it, a prominent nose can be a distinguishing characteristic. Often, unfortunately, a distinctive nose is viewed less than favorably. This is especially true for someone thought of as having an “alcoholic nose.” What is Alcoholic Nose? Rhinophyma, the medical term for “alcoholic nose” or “drinker’s nose,” describes a clinically-diagnosed skin condition […]

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