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Magazine Archives: March 31, 2003

Frequent Drinking May Lower Risk of Heart Attacks

Study finds that how often you drink is more important than how much
Jacob Gaffney
Issue: March 31, 2003

It's widely known nowadays that moderate drinking can help reduce heart disease. But a large, long-term study has found that the frequency of alcohol consumption may have more significance than what you drink or how much.

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