July 31, 1996 Grapevine A medical study in the Netherlands suggests that elderly people who routinely drink moderate amounts of alcohol may think better. Researchers examined the alcohol intake of several hundred men with a mean age of 75 for eight years ending in 1993 and tested them to assess cognitive functions such as memory and language abilities.
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