30 Sep '16, 7pm

Should you drink that postrun beer? It may not be so bad for you.

Should you drink that postrun beer? It may not be so bad for you.

Participants were divided into groups based on their weekly alcohol consumption: Non-drinkers, ex drinkers, occasional drinkers (didn’t drink in the past week), within weekly drinking guidelines (<8 drinks for women, <12 drinks for men), hazardous drinking (>8 drinks for women, >12 drinks for men), and harmful drinking (>20 drinks for women, >28 drinks for men). Researchers found that there was a direct association between ex-drinkers and harmful-level drinkers when it came to risk of death, compared to non-drinkers. They also found the risk of death from cancer increased as weekly alcohol consumption increased. On the flip side, they found that occasional drinking was protective against death from any cause and cardiovascular disease. Okay, but what about athletes? In inactive study subjects, there was a direct link between alcohol consumption and death from any cause. Bu...

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