Moderate drinking may boost your immune system and help fight off infections, a new study finds.
A 15-year study is bolstering the idea that moderate drinking may help you live longer. Plus researchers find that #wine can improve heart #health in diabetics and may prevent tooth decay. Details at the link in our bio. | : iStock.
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Two separate studies this week threw cold water on the theory that moderate drinking improves heart health and a health reporter says research linking common foods and health outcomes tends to be misleading.
Drinking a couple of glasses of wine each day has generally been considered a good way to promote cardiovascular and brain health. But a new Rutgers University study indicates that there is a fine line between moderate and binge drinking -- a risky behavior that can decrease the making of adult brain cells by as much as 40 percent.
It seems counter-intuitive that drinking regular, moderate amounts of alcohol would lessen the likelihood of developing rheumatoid arthritis (RA), because the disease attacks the immune system and alcohol weakens the immune system.