Latest Teetotalism Stories
According to a major study released Wednesday on the link between alcohol and cardiovascular disease, moderate drinkers enjoy more robust health than either big boozers or teetotalers.
A study by the Catholic University of Campobasso, Italy, shows that regular and moderate alcohol consumption is beneficial for people who had a previous heart attack or other ischemic vascular events.
When it comes to alcohol consumption and depression, a new study by a team of Norwegian and British researchers shows that heavy drinkers â€“ but also teetotalers -- have higher levels of depression and anxiety than those who drink moderately.
A new study suggests that men who drink beer or liquor on a regular basis may face a heightened risk of several different types of cancers.
Older adults who have up to one drink a day may live longer and suffer fewer heart problems than teetotalers do -- though the exact reason remains unknown, researchers report.
Researchers poured cold water on the idea that moderate drinking helps prevent heart disease on Friday, noting that many studies include teetotalers as a control group but don't ask why they did not drink.
By Amy Norton NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People who have an alcoholic drink or two a day may have a lower risk of becoming obese than either teetotalers or heavy drinkers, a study published Monday suggests. Researchers found that among more than 8,200 U.S.
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