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drunk4MODERATE drinking killed Michael Jackson, possibly. Moderate drinking strengthens bones. Moderate drinking weakens bones. What’s moderate drinking? Anorak presents the definitive guide for anyone still not sure. It’s the science, dummy. You can’t argue with the science:

Moderate drinking strenghens bones!

Women who drink moderate amounts of beer may be strengthening their bones, according to Spanish researchers – BBC

Moderate drinking weakens bones!

“If you have more than seven drinks per week, it actually reduces bone mass,” says Janet Greenhut, M.D., MPH, senior medical consultant at HealthMedia… “Also, if someone is in the habit of binge drinking — having four or more drinks in a two-hour period — she’s more prone to falls, and she’s at higher risk for fracture because her bone mass is lower.” – CNN

What is moderate drinking?

Although the benefits and risks associated with moderate drinking have gained increasing attention in recent years from both researchers and the general public, no universal definition of moderate drinking exists – Mary C. Dufour, M.D., M.P.H. NIAAA

Moderate drinking prevents dementia

Moderate Drinking May Cut Dementia Risk – Study Shows Alcohol Has Potential Benefits in Preventing Dementia – WebMD

Moderate drinking gives you breast cancer

Drinking just a glass of wine a day increases women’s risk of breast cancer, as well as several other types of the disease, a new study concludes – The Guardian

Moderate drinking prevents heart disease

While heavy drinking is associated with a greater risk of stroke, light-to-moderate drinking has been linked to a lesser risk of ischemic stroke and coronary heart disease – Science Daily

Moderate drinking good for heart

Most physicians know that alcohol drinking during pregnancy is criminal. Drinking before driving is just as criminal. We all know that chronic heavy drinking can result in liver cirrhosis or Wernicke–Korsakoff syndrome, and that even exceptional binge drinking can result in violence, unsafe sex, and cardiac death. On the other hand, the medical and scientific literature shows that moderate drinking (1–2 drinks/day for women and 2–4 drinks/ day for men) is associated with a better life expectancy in the general population as well as in patients with established coronary heart disease (CHD) – Oxford Journal

Moderate drinking during pregnancy is fine

The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) has produced draft guidance stating that pregnant women can consume up to 1.5 units of alcohol a day after the first three months of pregnancy – Harper’s Wine Mag

Moderate drinking prevents death

Older adults who drink one to two glasses of alcohol per day are 25 percent less at risk of death from any cause than people who drink more than that and those who do not drink at all, according to a study by researchers at the San Francisco VA Medical Center (SFVAMC) and the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) – UCSCF Health

Moderate drinkign may not prevent heart disease

The majority of studies suggesting that “moderate” drinking helps prevent heart disease may be flawed, according to an international research group – Medical News Today

Moderate drinking causes high blood pressure

Drinking alcohol, even only lightly, outside of mealtimes could be a significant risk factor in developing high blood pressure, claim US researcher – Food navigator

Moderate drinking causes cancer

Drinking just a small glass of wine a day can more than double the risk of cancer, a study claim – Daily Mail

Moderate drinking prevents cancer

Drinking one glass of wine a day may lower the risk of Barrett’s Esophagus by 56 percent, according to a new study by the Kaiser Permanente Division of Research in the March issue of Gastroenterology. Barrett’s Esophagus is a precursor to esophageal cancer…

Moderate drinking causes cancer

1 Large Glass of Wine Per Day Raises Cancer Risk 20 Percent – Fox News

The National Cancer Institute (INCA) compiled results which informed the guidelines of the new campaign, saying “ The consumption of alcohol, and especially wine, is discouraged,” The brochure goes on to scare monger by stating that as little as one glass of wine per day increases the risk of cancer by 168 per cent – WellSphere

Moderate drinking prevents fatness

One or two alcoholic drinks a day may drop the risk of becoming obese, a U.S. study suggests – NewsGD

Moderate drinking will not make your penis droop

The results of a recent study may lift the spirits of men who drink in moderate amounts. Researchers in Western Australia have found, after analyzing a survey of men, that erectile dysfunction is not linked to one’s drinking habits – Wine Spectator

Moderate drinking causes hypertension

Even moderate drinking is associated with some health risks however; especially foetal damage during pregnancy, certain neoplasms, liver disease, accidents, violence and hypertension – news.Reseau

Moderate drinking reduces the risk for myocardial infarction

Moderate alcohol intake can significantly reduce the risk for myocardial infarction (MI) beyond the effects of a healthy diet, regular exercise, and other heart-protecting lifestyle choices, at least among men, according to an analysis appearing in the October 23 issue of the Archives of Internal Medicine – Medscape

Moderate drinking good for your liver

Glass of wine a day good for your liverScience Blog

Moderate drinking prevents undue worry resultant from scientific research  in the media…

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