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International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 127: Estimation of Alcohol-Attributable and Alcohol-Preventable Mortality in Denmark 7 Nov 2013

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In an attempt to judge the harmful and beneficial health effects related to alcohol consumption, scientists in Denmark have carried out analyses comparing alcohol-attributable and alcohol-preventable mortality in the country.


International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 126: Moderate Alcohol Intake may Lower the Risk of Rheumatoid Arthritis 11 Oct 2013

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Moderate alcohol intake, compared with abstinence, has been related to lower inflammatory markers and a reduced risk of many auto-immune diseases, including rheumatoid arthritis (RA), systemic lupus erythematosus, autoimmure diabetes, and Graves hyperthyroidism.


International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 125: Alcohol Consumption and Risk of Colorectal Cancer; Potential Modification by Folate Intake 25 Sep 2013

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Many epidemiologic studies have shown a slight increase in the risk of breast cancer and colorectal cancer to be associated with alcohol consumption.


International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 123: Alcohol Consumption and Lymphoid and Myeloid Neoplasms 5 Sep 2013

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Many prospective studies have shown that moderate drinkers are at lower risk of certain types of lymphoid cancer.


International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 122: Does Moderate Wine Consumption Lower the Risk of Developing Depression? 4 Sep 2013

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There is a large amount of literature linking heavy alcohol consumption to depression: Most studies show that heavy drinkers tend to be depressed, and that depressed people may self-medicate with large amounts of alcohol.


International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 121: Differences Between Wine and Other Alcoholic Beverages in terms of Adverse Consequences of Alcohol Consumption 27 Aug 2013

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Questionnaire-based data on alcohol consumption were collected from more than 5,000 military recruits in Switzerland, who had a mean age of just over 19 years.


International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 120: Binge Drinking Impairs Endothelial Function in Young People 20 Aug 2013

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The function of the vascular endothelium is a key process in the development of atherosclerosis and coronary heart disease, and extensive studies among middle-aged and elderly adults generally show beneficial effects of moderate drinking on vascular function.


International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 119: A Consensus Statement on the Association of Moderate Alcohol Consumption and Health 13 Aug 2013

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A group of Italian scientists has prepared a consensus paper to review the available evidence on the association between moderate alcohol use and health and disease.


International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 118: Alcohol Consumption and Socioeconomic and Biologic Risk Factors for Cancer 30 Jul 2013

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It has been shown in most studies that moderate drinkers - especially those who generally consume wine - tend to have other 'moderate' lifestyle factors. For example, they tend to be better educated, of higher socio-economic status, and generally are more active and eat a healthier diet than non-drinkers.


International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 117: Alcohol Intake Changes and the Effect on Fibrinogen 22 Jul 2013

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A prospective analysis of data from 2,520 subjects in the Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults Study (CARDIA) cohort-related reported alcohol intake at two examinations, 13 years apart, to levels of fibrinogen on the two occasions.


International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 116: Effects of Genetic Factors on the Metabolism of Alcohol 10 Jul 2013

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A recent paper by Israel Y et, published in Front Behav Neurosci, presents an excellent summary of the effects of genetically-determined enzymes that affect the metabolism of alcohol; such factors relate strongly to both the rewarding and the aversive effects of alcohol.


International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 115: Potential Association of Alcohol Consumption with Diverticulosis 26 Jun 2013

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The etiology of diverticulosis of the colon is poorly understood. Many, but not all, studies suggest that low-fibre intake and obesity increase the risk; few studies have evaluated the relation of alcohol consumption and diverticulosis, with inconclusive results.


International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 113: Metabolic and Biochemical Mechanisms by which Alcohol Consumption affects Health 18 Jun 2013

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A large study from Australia, which included a high percentage of current or former alcohol abusers, related alcohol consumption with a variety of metabolic and biologic parameters that relate to health. Included were markers of lipid function, inflammation, glucose metabolism, and liver function.


International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 112: Relation of Alcohol Intake to Risk of Dying from Cancer 23 May 2013

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There have been many papers relating alcohol intake to specific types of cancer.


International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 111: Association of Alcohol Consumption with a Measure of Osteoporosis in Elderly Women 8 May 2013

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The density of bones, measured as bone mineral density (BMD), is strongly related to osteoporosis. Elderly women with osteoporosis, in particular, are at increased risk of fractures of the hip, arm, and spine; such fractures often relate to severe disability.


International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 110: Divergent Effects of Regular, Moderate and Binge Drinking 30 Apr 2013

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A prospective epidemiologic study relates alcohol consumption measured in young to middle-aged adults to mortality over a follow-up period of 20 years.

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