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Alcohol intake and the risk of stroke


Journal of Cardiovascular Risk 6(4): 223-228
Alcohol intake and the risk of stroke
Alcohol consumption has been reported to have both beneficial and harmful effects on the incidence of stroke. Different drinking habits may explain the diversity of the observations, but this is still unclear. We reviewed recent clinical and epidemiological studies to find out whether alcohol intake could increase or decrease the risk for stroke.

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Accession: 003354561

PMID: 10501273



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