Even moderate drinking is linked to brain damage and a slight decline in mental skills, according to a latest study.
Consumption of two-three units of alcohol every day was associated with a 77 percent lowered risk of death compared with a tally of one or fewer daily unit.
According to a new study, alcohol may not be good for your heart after all. This latest researchcarried out by Tim Stockwell, director of the Centre for Addictions Research at the University of Victoria in ...
Diabetes risk: Heavy alcohol consumption has a well-established association with hypertension. However, doubt persists whether moderate alcohol consumption has a similar link.
Even moderate drinking has now been linked with a range of health ailments. It may lead to brain damage, heart issues and cognitive decline.
A recently published study by the American Heart Association states that drinking more than 4 drinks in a day and repeating the pattern to form a habit can have severe health consequences.
A new research which appeared in the American Heart Association's journal Circulation - Cardiovascular Imaging says having two or more drinks daily may damage the heart of elderly people.