Heart Beat February 2007 Issue

Heart Beat

The advice won a place long ago at the table of all things nibbled or sipped in moderation: Drink moderately, if you drink at all, to lower the risk of coronary disease. That generally means two drinks daily for men, one for women. A new study suggests that if you drink within these limits, you may also cut your mortality risks by more than 15 percent.

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