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Alcohol Intake - 6 News Result(s)
  • Exercise May Offset Health Risks Of Drinking: Study
    Exercise May Offset Health Risks Of Drinking: Study

    Heavy drinkers who exercise are less likely to die from alcohol-related diseases than those who don't, a study suggested Thursday, Researchers used British population data between 1994 and 2006, comparing health outcomes with self-reported alcohol ...

  • Thought Drinking In Moderation Is OK? This Study Claims Even One Drink A Day Could Increase Cancer Risk
    Thought Drinking In Moderation Is OK? This Study Claims Even One Drink A Day Could Increase Cancer Risk

    The research conducted by The University of Tokyo revealed that people who drank two or fewer drinks a day still had an elevated cancer risk regardless of how long they had consumed alcohol.

  • Point-By-Point New U.S Dietary Guidelines For Pregnancy Diet And Alcohol Intake In Adults
    Point-By-Point New U.S Dietary Guidelines For Pregnancy Diet And Alcohol Intake In Adults

    The dietary guidelines are issued every five years by the Agriculture Department and the Department of Health and Human Services. Let's take a look at this year's guidelines.

  • Dealing With Diabetes Or Hypertension? This Is How Much You Should Drink Per Week (As Per Experts)
    Dealing With Diabetes Or Hypertension? This Is How Much You Should Drink Per Week (As Per Experts)

    Diabetes risk: Heavy alcohol consumption has a well-established association with hypertension. However, doubt persists whether moderate alcohol consumption has a similar link.

  • High Alcohol Intake Can Reduce Female Fertility
    High Alcohol Intake Can Reduce Female Fertility

    Women who drink 14 or more servings of alcohol a week are likely to have an 18 per cent decrease in their fertility, a study has found. The findings showed that low to moderate intake ...

  • Alcohol Consumption May be Linked With Loss of Muscle Mass in Older Women: Korean Experts
    Alcohol Consumption May be Linked With Loss of Muscle Mass in Older Women: Korean Experts

    A recently published study linked moderate alcohol consumption with risks of cognitive decline.

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