The “aperitif effect” is not just down to alcohol’s oral ingestion and gut absorption.
Alcohol causes people to eat more partly by increasing the brain’s sensitivity to the smell of food, a new study finds.
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The link between alcohol intake and heart failure.
Having up to 7 alcoholic drinks a week from early to middle age has been linked to a 20% lower risk of heart disease in a new study.
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