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Men Who Frequently Consume Alcoholic Beverages Have Less Chance of a Heart Attack.

No Negative Effect

Drinking alcoholic beverages, according to a study in a British medical journal appear to have no negative effect on your heart. The liver is of course another matter. You have to weigh up for yourself. If you are quite the alcoholic beverages you have in any case less likely to die from a heart attack.

Examination of 10 Years

The study was conducted among a large group of men and women over a period of 10 years. The men appeared to have fewer heart problems. Among the women there was virtually no difference.

Brain Cells and Vitamin B

Keep one eye in the Side. Big drinkers may suffer from reduced intake of vitamin B. This causes the brain cells function less well. So when you forget the domain name of this site you should be careful.

November 2009

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