By: Natalie Wolchover
Published: 07/11/2012 on Life's Little Mysteries
Later in life, drinking one to two alcoholic drinks daily may curb bone lo...
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Can alcohol increase your lifespan? If you're a worm, the answer appears to be "yes," according to a new study conducted by chemists at UCLA. While th...
So, whereas American high school students are sure that light daily drinking is anathema, that's actually the best way for women to drink in order to stay healthy and to live a long life.
These results are not too surprising, given that the "Dietary Guidelines for Americans" earlier this year noted that the evidence for reduced dementia among middle-aged moderate drinkers is fairly good.
While moderate alcohol consumption carries certain health benefits, it would be unwise to ignore the associated risk.
What the hay -- drinking results in a longer life and less dementia, according to the government!
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