For Healthy Adults, a Little Booze Is a Good Thing: A Lot Is Not
Yet another study suggests that moderate drinking, –fewer than 15 drinks a week, and no lying– is a good for one’s health. The Washington Post reports that researchers at the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California found that healthy older adults who were light-to-moderate drinkers had 25 percent
lower odds of being unable to carry out daily activities such as
walking, dressing, eating, running errands or doing chores. The Post reports that study authors warned that or people who were not in good health showed no benefit from alcohol consumption. Read more in the Washington Post.
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