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Drinker paradox

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The drinker paradox is a theorem of classical predicate logic and not an actual paradox. ... Because everyone is drinking, then that one person must drink because when ' that person ' drinks...

What is the paradox of alcohol consumption - Answers.com

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Even though alcohol is a CNS depressant, the initial feelings produced by alcohol do not feel depressing.

The alcohol harm paradox explained -- ScienceDaily

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Feb 18, 2016 ... Better understanding of the implications of the alcohol harm paradox is needed to develop and target appropriate information on drinking both ...

Understanding the alcohol harm paradox - Alcohol Research UK

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Mar 4, 2015 ... Holidays, celebrations and commiserations: measuring drinking during feasting and fasting to improve national and individual estimates of ...

The alcohol paradox: light-to-moderate alcohol consumption ... - NCBI

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J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci. 2014 Dec;69(12):1528-35. doi: 10.1093/gerona/ glu092. Epub 2014 Jul 2. The alcohol paradox: light-to-moderate alcohol ...

The Paradox of Alcohol Policy: The Case of the 1969 Alcohol Act in ...

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Data are readily available on the relationship between altering the regulation of alcohol availability and changes in total consumption, in drinking for purposes of  ...

Alcohol and Heart Disease | Benefits and Harms of Alcohol

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Nov 2, 2014 ... Light to moderate alcohol consumption is associated with ... This so-called French paradox was based on the observation of low death rates ...

The Alcohol Paradox: Light-to-Moderate Alcohol Consumption ...

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Jul 2, 2014 ... tive function (GCF), and alcohol consumption in a population-based cohort of 3,363 men ... findings create a paradox (Supplementary Figure).

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Jul 2, 2014 ... Background. Studies of older persons show consumption of light-to-moderate amounts of alcohol is positively associated with cognitive function ...

The alcohol harm paradox: using a national survey to explore how ...

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Internationally, studies show that similar levels of alcohol consumption in deprived ... Hypotheses to explain this alcohol harm paradox include deprived drinkers: ...

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The paradox of waning alcohol consumption? It's the culture, stupid ...

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24 May 2016 – The recent release of data by Euromonitor suggest that alcohol consumption globally might have flattened. Specifically, consumption has ...

The alcohol paradox - American Journal of Clinical Nutrition

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Jéquier's (1) recent editorial regarding the alcohol paradox notes that “ epidemiologic evidence does not ... Jéquier E. Alcohol intake and body weight: a paradox.

Alcohol consumption and the preventive paradox. - NCBI

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Br J Addict. 1986 Jun;81(3):353-63. Alcohol consumption and the preventive paradox. Kreitman N. Comment in Addiction. 1993 May;88(5):591-5; discussion ...