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Drinking moderate amounts of alcohol may protect against cognitive decline...

Jul 30, 2020 by

A new study published in the journal JAMA Open Network has found that it may be beneficial for middle-age or older adults to consume low to moderate amounts of alcohol in order to slow cognitive decline....

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Damage to brain may continue after sobriety

Apr 16, 2019 by

For people with alcohol use disorder, researchers found that the harmful effects of alcohol on the brain may continue during abstinence. Specifically, the research team found that the brain’s white matter continues to occur damage in the first six...

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Moderate drinking linked to cognitive health

Oct 20, 2017 by

Research on middle-class adults in the U.S. has found that moderate drinking in older adults reduces the risk of cognitive impairments....

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Moderate drinking linked to cognitive decline

Sep 6, 2017 by

A new study out of the UK found that even moderate alcohol consumption is linked to a greater risk of faster cognitive decline....

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Long-term alcohol dependence affects cognitive abilities

Nov 27, 2016 by

Research published in Research Society on Alcoholism found that a lifetime history of alcohol dependence is linked to lasting negative consequences for neurocognitive function....

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Moderate drinking may reduce early-stage Alzheimer’s rates

Dec 18, 2015 by

Research published in BNJ Online indicates that drinking 2-3 unites of alcohol a day may reduce the risk of death in patients with early-stage dementia or Alzheimer’s....

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