Alcohol and the Heart: Moderation Still Best - MedPage Today

Moderate alcohol intake of a couple drinks a day may be better than none for a range of cardiovascular ills, but the effects of heavier drinking on the heart presented a somewhat more nuanced picture slanted toward risk. So found a population-based ...and more »

Good news, everyone! Two pints a day keep heart problems at bay - The Register

Moderate drinking is good for you, a BMJ-published study has found, directly contradicting the advice of the UK government's "Chief Medical Officer", who advised last year there was "no safe level" of drinking. A daily pint reduces risk of a heart ...and more »

New evidence supports moderate drinking benefits -

There's a long-running debate over whether a glass of wine a night can be good for you, with previous research claiming it has heart health benefits, while other studies finding daily drinking can increase the risk of cancer. A team from Cambridge ...and more »

Moderate drinking is good for the heart. Why can't public health admit it? -

A new study in the British Medical Journal has found that moderate drinkers have a lower risk of heart attack, angina and heart failure when compared to teetotallers. It found that lifelong non-drinkers have a 24 per cent higher mortality rate than ...and more »

Moderate drinking linked to lower risk of some—but not all—heart conditions - Medical Xpress

Moderate drinking is associated with a lower risk of several, but not all, cardiovascular diseases, finds a large study of UK adults published by The BMJ today. The finding that moderate drinking is not universally associated with a lower risk of all ...and more »

Moderate Drinking Can Reduce Risks Of Some Heart Conditions - Tech Times

A study revealed that alcohol consumption in moderation may lower the risk of developing some heart conditions. Researchers suggest that rather than starting to drink, people should instead adopt healthier lifestyles to mitigate heart failure risks ...and more »

Moderate drinking can lower risk of heart attack, says study - The Guardian

Authors described study as most comprehensive to date on relationship between alcohol consumption and heart health. Photograph: Hero Images/Getty Images. Alcohol. Moderate drinking can lower risk of heart attack, says study. Drinking in moderation ...and more »

Drinking pint of beer a day linked to reduced risk of heart attack - The Independent

Drinking one pint a day has been linked to reduced risk of developing several serious heart conditions in new large-scale study. Moderate drinking, usually defined as no more than 14 units of alcohol a week – equivalent to around one and a half bottles ...and more »

Moderate Drinking Could Reduce Risk Of Heart Problems, Major Study Finds - Huffington Post UK

If you enjoy a tipple every now and then, and stick to well within the guidelines, you could be reducing your risk of heart problems. That's according to a new study which suggested that moderate drinking can cut the risk of suffering a heart attack ...and more »

Moderate drinking may cut risk of heart disease - Irish Times

Moderate drinking may be good for your heart and even heavy drinking may lower your risk of heart attack, a new study indicates. Moderate drinking is associated with a lower risk of developing heart and blood vessel disease compared to abstinence or ...and more »