Drinkers Are Better Thinkers, Two Studies Suggest

Jacob Gaffney
Issue: December 15, 2006

Light and moderate drinkers may have clearer heads than nondrinkers, according to two new studies. The research, published in Stroke and Neuroepidemiology, compared cognitive performance of nondrinkers, light drinkers, moderate drinkers and heavy drinkers to see if alcohol consumption had any correlation to brain deterioration.

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