Date PostedDecember 27, 2018

Moderate Drinking Could Be Key to Longer Life

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According to a new study, drinking a couple of beers or glasses of wine may actually extend your life.

The University of California study examined data from 1700 people who were in their 90s by 2003.

Researchers examined people who lived over the age of 90 and found that a modest consumption of alcohol was one of the 5 factors that contributed to a longer life.

Of the people analysed, those who had 2 glasses of beer or wine every day had an 18 per cent less risk of premature death compared to non-drinkers.

See more at https://au.lifestyle.yahoo.com/studies-claim-drinking-alcohol-key-longer-life-220051809.html

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