Five skills that are improved by drinking alcohol

Moderate drinking improves your quality of life in middle age 

A 2012 study from the Boston University School of Medicine found that over 50s who drank no more than 14 drinks a week scored more highly in various health indicators than teetotalers or heavy drinkers. The participants were revisited for a follow up survey and those that had cut back on their moderate drinking also suffered a decline in health.

Finally then, proof that enjoying a glass or two of wine of an evening is not going to have a catastrophic impact on your health. Maybe bring this up when faced with a particularly zealous exponent of Dry January,

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