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A look into the 'sober curious' movement

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NBC's Zinhle Essamuah explains the "sober curious" movement popularly seen in Gen Z and millennials, where the drinking percentage in adults under 35 has gone down 10% in the last two decades. Ruby Warrington, who has a book called "Sober Curious," explains how you don't need to have a drinking problem for drinking to be a personal issue.