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International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 140: The Relationship between Alcohol and the Risk of Stroke

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Most epidemiologic studies have shown a reduction in the risk of ischemic stroke (and total stroke, as ischemic stroke is by far the most common type in western countries) to be associated with light to moderate alcohol consumption.


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