IS BEER-DRINKING GOOD FOR HEART?

BY IN beer, calcium, Chris Chan, cirrhosis, ERRONEOUS EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN, heart, heart blockage, menstrual fluid, obese, overweight, under-urination, water consumption NO COMMENTS YET

IS BEER-DRINKING GOOD FOR HEART? A critical evaluation by Dr. Palani…*   *   *   *   *   *   Dear Friends, I wrote and sent the following article for a possible publication to a local newspaper, about three weeks ago. However, it was not published – may be my standard of writing or presentation, or even the content requires further improvement. Anyway, since

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WOMEN DRINKING BEER CAN RUN THE RISK OF HEART ATTACK COMPARED TO THOSE WHO DRINK WATER

BY IN alcohol, beer, calcification, calcium, cancer, cirrhosis, Dominique Hange, ERRONEOUS EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN, heart attack, leprosy, menopausal, moderate drinking, slimy faeces, under-urination, women NO COMMENTS YET

(© 27 September 2015: Dr.V.M.Palaniappan,Ph.D.) I read three days ago in Medical Xpress (Sept. 24,2015), the article on beer drinking by women.  It was entitled, “Women with moderate beer consumption run lower risk of heart attack”. It also said that the same beer consumption increased the risk of cancer. You can get to this news

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WILL BEER EXTEND YOUR LIFESPAN?

BY IN alcohol, beer, biased conclusion, calcium, cirrhosis, drinkers, ERRONEOUS EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN, heart blockage, heart disease, life-span, longer life, non-drinkers, toxins, under-urination, water NO COMMENTS YET

WILL BEER EXTEND YOUR LIFESPAN? Dear Friends, The following link took me to Men’s Health News http://news.menshealth.com/to-live-longer-drink-a-beer/2011/07/15/ The ‘news’ was:To Live Longer, Have a Beer! by Markham Heid July 15, 2011, 02:55 pm EDTIn short, the news says:Lifetime alcohol abstainers were 19 percent more likely to die than regular drinkers—say Virginia Tech University researchers.Those who

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