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    (CNN)No amount of alcohol is healthy if you are younger than 40, mostly due to alcohol-related deaths by auto accidents, injury and homicide, according to a new global study.If you are 40 or older without underlying health conditions, however, the new research found small amounts of alcohol might reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, stroke...
    WE all enjoy a pint with our mates or a glass or wine with dinner every now and again. But for some people, these habits can become unsustainable, with medics warning that there could be more booze-related deaths in the next 20 years. 3Many people can enjoy a drink or two in moderation, but others...
    Over-40s can safely drink a glass of wine or a bottle of beer every day, scientists now say — and it might even be good for you. And they claim swigging two a night is unlikely to cause any long-term harm to their health. The study, published in The Lancet, marks the latest piece of...
    (CNN) — No amount of alcohol is healthy if you are younger than 40, mostly due to alcohol-related deaths by auto accidents, injury and homicide, according to a new global study. If you are 40 or older without underlying health conditions, however, the new research found small amounts of alcohol might reduce the risk of...
    DRINKING alcohol is known to contribute to a number of health risks like heart disease and high blood pressure, but enjoying an occasional beer may have at least one health benefit. Medical experts suggest drinking beer in moderation may actually provide some benefits that could reportedly lower your risk of dementia and brain decline.  2According...
    DENVER (CBS4)– The Healthy Kids Colorado Survey shows that more young people are having a tougher time accessing drugs and alcohol, which means they are consuming less. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment said more than 100,000 youth responded to the voluntary survey. (credit: Getty Images) “Not surprisingly, the data indicate that...
    OLDER boozers recover faster from surgery than teetotallers and light drinkers, a study reveals. Being over 60 and a bit of a tippler could boost health by cutting stress as well as leading to a better social life. 1Older boozers recover FASTER from surgery than teetotallers, study revealsCredit: Alamy It found those who drank “medium...
    (CNN)People around the world are increasingly bending their elbows. Between 1990 and 2017, per capita adult alcohol consumption increased by nearly 0.7 liters (about the same in quarts) to 6.5 liters (6.9 quarts) annually, new research indicates. The number is predicted to reach 7.6 liters (8 quarts) by 2030. By 2030, then, half of the...
    Submit your letter to the editor via this form. Read more Letters to the Editor. Crockett will update assessors office With respect to the editorial published April 1st to re-elect Larry Stone as county assessor (“Re-elect Stone as Santa Clara County assessor,” Page A6), Stone’s “experience” is holding the office back with inefficient and outdated...
    A hormone therapy could slash the volume of booze consumed by alcoholics, a study in monkeys suggests.  Fibroblast growth factor 21 (FGF21) — produced in the livers of people and animals — was shown to cut ethanol intake by up to 50 per cent.  University of Iowa researchers gave monkeys with a strong preference for...
    Nearly 15 million people in the U.S. alone have an alcohol use disorder, and about 95,000 people die every year from alcohol-related deaths, according to the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Most treatment options come in some form of counseling, although scientists have been trying to improve the efficacy of medications that could...
    The consumption of alcohol is a direct cause of several kinds of cancer, according to researchers.  In a recent large-scale genetic study led by Oxford Population Health and published in the International Journal of Cancer, a team from Oxford, Peking University and the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, Beijing, worked to investigate gene variants linked to...
    (CNN)Several years ago, at the end of a clinic visit, a long-time patient with end-stage heart disease who was nearing the end of his life asked me if it was OK to drink some wine.The patient was a physician, and he knew what most lay people do not: Despite the widespread belief a little alcohol...
    Increased alcohol consumption during the COVID-19 pandemic is expected to cause 100 additional deaths and 2,800 additional cases of liver failure by 2023, according to a team of researchers led by investigators at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH).   "The COVID-19 pandemic has had many unintended consequences with unknown long-term impact," a co-author of the study, Dr. Turgay Ayer, said in a news release. According to research...
    Older adults who drink moderate amounts of alcohol may have a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease and a lower risk of mortality from all causes, compared to those who do not drink, according to a study published last month in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology.  The study looked at more than 18,000 individuals over the age of 70 from the United States and Australia. ...
    The holiday season has arrived, and with it comes temptation. Thanksgiving stuffing and Christmas cookies seem to lurk at every turn and there seems to be a holiday cocktail party every week from November to Jan. 1.  VIRAL TIKTOK SHOWING A DOG CLIMB THROUGH A STARBUCKS WINDOW SPARKS DEBATE Alcohol consumption, while potentially leading to...
    Drinking a wine or beer every day could be the key to preventing heart disease in the elderly, a study has revealed. Monash University researchers observed the effects of alcohol consumption in 18,000 people aged 70 and above in the US and Australia. They discovered that drinking between five and 10 beverages a week led...
    Short one-on-one discussions about alcohol consumption in a doctor’s office may reduce patients' drinking levels, according to a study.  Findings published in the Addiction journal indicated that brief interventions, described as conversations lasting under an hour and targeted to motivate changes in a patient’s risky drinking behavior, resulted in a reduction of one drinking day...
    Americans drank and smoked more during the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers say. In a new study published in the peer-reviewed journal Nutrients, a national team led by the University of California, Los Angeles found that U.S. residents also spent less time exercising and more time in front of a screen. "We found that...
    Regardless of how much is consumed, beer can make the stomach bloat by releasing carbon dioxide gas into the body. This also increases gas and belching. Photo: Photo Kindel Media / Pexels It is undeniable to say that most of us are crazy about beer, especially in the hot...
    The National Institute on Alcohol and Alcoholism released a study that found mothers of young children during the coronavirus pandemic increased their alcohol consumption by almost 325 percent. The data show that overall drinking consumption in the United States was 39 percent higher in November 2020 than the previous February, before the pandemic. The recommended...
    Moms with young kids increased their booze consumption by nearly 325% between the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and the end of last year, a new study suggests. The research – conducted by the nonprofit RTI International for the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism – was part two of a study launched in 2020...
    The moderate consumption of cherry is related to benefits for cardiovascular health, is a good ally against osteoporosis, enhances cognitive functioning and provides anti-cancer properties. Photo: Mabel Amber / Pixabay Without a doubt, today is the moment of celebration that all beer lovers in the world await: International Beer...
    A video of passengers duct taping a man to his seat on a plane after he allegedly groped female flight attendants is said to have led Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) officials to ask U.S. airports to monitor travelers for alcohol consumption. FAA Administrator Steve Dickson sent a letter on Tuesday to airport managers, urging them...
    Doctors are sounding the alarm over research showing a link between drinking alcohol and cancer. More than 700,000 new cancer cases were linked to alcohol consumption in 2020 — a time when many Americans reported drinking more.  The research, published in the July 13 edition of Lancet Oncology, found that over 4% of all new...
    Light-to-moderate alcohol consumption may offer some protective benefits for patients with heart disease, a new study suggests. The research, published in the journal BMC Medicine, pulled from a combined sample field of 48,423 patients, thousands of whom had history of myocardial infarction, angina or stroke.  The team noted that lifestyle and dietary habits play a...
    Our food pyramid is designed by the SENC (Spanish Society of Community Nutrition) and barely changed in 20 years, when the nutritional recommendations at the community level have. The latest version of the food pyramid was launched in 2015 and at its base are still cereals, wholegrain, yes, but cereals, when it is should consist...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – While many Americans consumed more alcohol during the pandemic, a growing number are now cutting back or abstaining altogether. The sober and sober-curious now have an array of choices, with more zero-proof brands hitting store shelves. READ MORE: U.S. Life Expectancy In 2020 Sees Biggest Drop Since WWII Lily Geiger looked at her...
    Drinking too much alcohol may be behind one in 25 new cancers around the world every year, a study has claimed.   An international team of experts estimate 741,300 diagnoses, or 4 per cent of new cancer cases in 2020, could be attributed to heavy and moderate drinking. The analysis — which looked at alcohol sales...
    (CNN)Over 4% of all new cancer cases in 2020 were attributable to alcohol consumption, according to a study published Tuesday in the journal The Lancet Oncology. The researchers analyzed available data on population-level alcohol use in 2010 and on cancer cases in 2020. They assumed a 10-year period between alcohol consumption and the appearance of...
    Andrew Aitchison / Getty Images A new study has found that domestic violence increases after football matches by 5% every two hours. This is caused by excessive alcohol consumption during matches. Domestic violence specialists call for a change to the soccer drinking culture to protect women and children. Visit Insider's homepage for more...
    More On: drinking NY officials try to bar paroled murderer McCain from returning to scene of crime WHO accused of sexism for latest guidance on childbearing women The best bars, breweries and wineries to play cornhole in NYC New study suggests any amount of alcohol can harm the brain Yeah, you weren’t alone. Millions...
    A new study found that alcohol consumption always causes brain damage, according to CNN. The University of Oxford study found that with more drinking comes a reduction of the gray matter within the human brain, CNN reported Thursday. Oxford senior clinical researcher Anya Topiwala told CNN via email that gray matter includes the area of...
    (CNN)Traditional holiday gatherings are off the table. Across the country, families and friends are staying home and gathering online to protect themselves and others from Covid-19, starting with vulnerable older adults. Esteban CalvoKatherine M. KeyesAlvaro Castillo-CarnigliaOverindulgence of food and drink is somewhat expected during any holiday season, but these are not normal times -- and...
    THERE is no safe amount of alcohol and even moderate consumption harms your brain, experts have warned. Higher alcohol consumption on a weekly basis was associated with higher grey matter density in the brain which can account for a change in behaviour, a study found. Getty 1 Experts have said that there is no...
    In a blow to those of us who enjoy a tipple after work, a new study reveals drinking any amount of alcohol is harmful to the brain.  Researchers from the University of Oxford have linked 'moderate' drinking to lower volume of grey matter.  Grey matter, found in the outermost layer of the brain, is high...
    New York : One year after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and its devastating consequences worldwide, we are fortunate to be talking about the vaccine. Based on this, as we are candidates to receive it, some basic questions may arise and one of the most recurrent are the indications about food. Many people...
    New York : Alcohol can sabotage your weight loss efforts. Alcohol not only increases your risk of different types of cancer, affects your brain, immune system and promotes other diseases, it also plays an important role in weight control. Five ways alcohol can prevent weight loss: 1. Alcohol often contains empty calories without filling...
    New York : Energy drinks promise an energy boost to get you through the day, but they can be really dangerous under certain circumstances. The consumption of these drinks is considered generally safe, although it can cause negative reactions in some people who have ended up in a hospital emergency room and even a...
    New York : Drinking alcohol can affect your brain function in the short and long term. Among the negative effects of a Excessive alcohol consumption can increase the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia. Alzheimer’s disease is a disease of the brain. It causes large numbers of neurons in the...
    New York : Drinking alcohol can cause various types of cancer. The National Cancer Institute in the United States warns that even when the consumption of alcoholic beverages is light, no more than one drink per day, this increases the risk of the disease. Drinking alcohol increases your risk of getting at least six...
    New York : What we eat not only directly influences our state of health, it is key to a healthy body weight and the prevention of diseases. However also it is closely related to mental health and mood. In such a way that our emotions have a lot to do with what we eat,...
    New York : Wine in measured quantities is a drink with a high content of antioxidants, which help fight various chronic diseases. Photo: Image by Gábor Adonyi on Pixabay / Pixabay We can all find many reasons to finish that bottle of cabernet. To this we must add that wine...
    New York : Alcohol intoxication can cause coma and death. Photo: Social Butterfly / Pixabay It has long been known that binge drinking on one occasion or over time can have a negative impact on health. With short and long-term effects on the body that can cause serious and irreversible...
    New York : Moderation in alcohol consumption is key to taking care of your health. Bet on variants such as wine and beer. Photo: Photo by cottonbro from Pexels / Pexels Let’s be honest, the alcohol is one of the few drugs “Socially accepted” and for many years he has...
    New York : Alcohol can affect your body in the short and long term. Even moderate but frequent consumption can cause serious diseases, including cancer. Alcohol affects the brain, heart, liver (fatty liver, alcoholic hepatitis, or cirrhosis) and it is also a drink that affects the immune system. In addition to the widely publicized...
    New York : Photo: Photo by Helena Lopes on Pexels / Pixabay So much has been said about the devastating effects of excessive alcohol consumptionl, especially in the last months derived from the pandemic, an increase in the intake of alcoholic beverages has been reported. However, not everything is black and white,...
    New York : A new study reveals the relationship between drinking a glass of wine or beer a day and an increased risk of heart disease. Photo: Photo by Andrea Piacquadio from Pexels / Pexels Lately everyone talks about effects of alcohol, which can be associated with several factors. On...
    The medical literature indicates that the mass traumatic events (September 11, the SARS of 2003, the subprime crisis, the crisis of 1929) induce an increase in stress and anxiety in the population favoring the increase in consumption of ‘alcohol. As a corollary, an increase in alcohol consumption can represent an indirect measure of the degree...
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