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Is Any Amount of Alcohol Okay for Your Health?

The health effects of drinking alcohol goes far beyond the liver. Because alcohol gets absorbed quickly and enters the bloodstream, there’s almost no part of the body that isn’t impacted by even moderate consumption.

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Zero Proof: Why More People Are Choosing Low or No-Alcohol Drinks

More and more young adults today are choosing to limit or eliminate alcohol from their lifestyle. Learn the top reasons for this cultural shift.

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Does Wine Culture Pose Health Risks to Moms?

Many women feel pressure to be an ideal parent or caregiver. But as alcohol consumption continues to rise, some women may be flirting with danger.

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Can Dry January Improve Your Health?

After the holidays, many people choose to abstain from alcohol in January. Learn how even short-term abstinence can benefit your health.

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The Link Between Drinking Alcohol and Cancer Risk

Drinking alcohol of any kind—liquor, beer or wine—is a leading risk factor for developing cancer, but few are aware of the risk.

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