Does Alcohol Thin or Thicken Blood?


Alcohol thickens blood. Researchers have confirmed that drinking even moderate amounts of alcohol can affect blood coagulation. Population studies have shown that moderate drinkers tend to have lower rates of heart disease but higher rates of bleeding-type strokes than abstainers.
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