Alcohol consumption in France is lower than in Luxembourg (15.6 ... and Croatia
(12.3 litres) where no similar paradoxes are ...
Even though alcohol is a CNS depressant, the initial feelings produced by
alcohol do not feel depressing.
Nevertheless, epidemiologic analysis suggests that chronic alcohol consumption
tends to quell carbohydrate cravings, most notably in women (2). Thus ...
The relation between alcohol consumption and body weight remains an enigma
for nutritionists. This is an important problem, because the average alcohol ...
24 May 2016 – The recent release of data by Euromonitor suggest that alcohol
consumption globally might have flattened. Specifically, consumption has ...
Jul 2, 2014 ... Background. Studies of older persons show consumption of light-to-moderate
amounts of alcohol is positively associated with cognitive function ...
Jun 13, 2014 ... In 2010, the worldwide average amount of pure alcohol consumed per .... and
aldehyde dehydrogenase-2, are unlikely to explain the paradox, ...
Nov 2, 2014 ... Light to moderate alcohol consumption is associated with cardiovascular benefits
... This situation presents a difficult paradox for the clinician.
Alcohol Consumption and the Preventive Paradox*. NORMAN KREITMAN, M.D.,
F.R.C.P., F.R.C.Psych. MRC Unit for Epidemiological Studies in Psychiatry, ...
Conclusions Consistent with the prevention paradox literature, most drinking ...
Binge drinking accounts more clearly for the distribution of alcohol problems than