Heavy Drinking…

31 May

triples dementia risk says French researcher Michael Schwarzinger, MD, PhD. For women, that’s three or more alcoholic beverages a day…four or more for men.

Early-onset dementia (before age 65) appears to be especially alcohol-related. After years of alcohol abuse, dementia-related brain damage may be irreversible, so early intervention to treat alcohol problems is crucial.

Source: Bottom Line Personal May 2018  Michael Schwarzinger, MD, PhD, is an epidemiologist based in Paris, France and lead author of a study of 1, 109,343 patients, published in the lancer.

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