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25 August 2010

Light drinking may cut death risk

While the debate over the possible health benefits of drinking continues, a new study finds that abstainer's and heavy drinkers have a higher mortality risk than moderate drinkers.

While the debate over the possible health benefits of drinking continues to bubble, a new study finds that abstainer's and heavy drinkers have a higher mortality risk than moderate drinkers.

Their analysis shows this proposition to be partly true, but not the whole truth, Katz said.

 

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