A Drink a Day Reduces Heart Attacks

May 2003
Men's Fitness;May2003, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p56
Reports on a study which revealed the health benefits of moderate alcohol drinking. Comparison of the risk of heart attack for men who are drinkers and non-drinkers; Reason for the health benefit of alcohol drinking.


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