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Should you limit your alcohol consumption?

Wine_bottles_830684_wine_4You may have read about the recent study that showed even one glass of alcohol a day could increase your risk of breast cancer.

Now, a huge study is being undertaken to see if a glass of wine, a beer, or a cocktail every day could prevent a heart attack or help people live longer.

A $100 million clinical trial, conducted by the National Institutes of Health, is underway to determine if one drink a day will prevent heart attacks or strokes or delay death.

Nearly 8,000 volunteers throughout the world will either drink one alcohol beverage a day or abstain from drinking alcohol.

However, alcohol beverage manufacturers are paying for the study.

Read about the companies in The New York Times article “Is Alcohol Good for You? An Industry-Backed Study Seeks Answers.”

Copyright 2017, Rita R. Robison, Consumer Specialist


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