Moderate alcohol consumption might lower dementia risk

07/14/2009 | BBC

Older adults who drank eight to 14 alcoholic drinks a week were 37% less likely than the general population to develop dementia, a study found. However, consumption of more than 14 drinks a week seemed to double the risk of developing the disease.

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