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No Amount Of Alcohol Is Good For Your Health, Global Study Says

While the study's authors acknowledge moderate drinking may protect some people against heart disease, these potential benefits do not outweigh the risks of cancer and other diseases.
A new global study published in The Lancet says that no amount of alcohol is good for your overall health. Source: Peter Forest

Countless scientific studies have espoused that a glass of red wine a day can be good for the heart, but a new sweeping global study published in The Lancet on Friday, rejects the idea that any drinking can be healthy.

No amount of alcohol is safe, according to The Global Burden of Diseases study that analyzed levels of alcohol use and its health effects

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