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www.webmd.com/heart-disease/news/20000426/moderate-alcohol-prevent-blood-clots

Apr 26, 2000 ... Moderate Drinking May Help Prevent Blood Clots ... to a new study, is that a moderate amount of alcohol acts as a kind of blood thinner.

www.drinkingandyou.com/site/us/health.htm

In simple terms, alcohol ' thins your blood' and helps prevent the build up of clots and bad LDL cholesterol in your arteries. Alcohol favourably alters the balance ...

www.verywell.com/alcohol-can-act-as-a-blood-thinner-67362

Apr 14, 2017 ... Alcohol may act as a blood thinner, with positive and negative effects. Learn more about how drinking can affect bleeding and anticoagulation.

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I'm having a large back piece worked on, and there have been several ... Hm, I was going to say not to worry too much, as I've been specifically ...

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While smoking may contribute to blood becoming thicker, another "bad habit" may have the opposite effect, which leads many to ask is alcohol a blood thinner.

www.newhealthadvisor.com/Does-Alcohol-Thin-Your-Blood.html

Recent research endeavors have added further backing for such a claim, as alcohol has the ability to thin the blood. As anything else contributing to a healthy  ...

www.foodnavigator.com/Science/Daily-drink-thins-the-blood-but-raises-risk-of-bleeding-type-strokes

Oct 14, 2005 ... A daily glass of alcohol can prevent heart disease by thinning the blood, but moderate drinkers may also raise the risk of bleeding-type strokes, ...

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During the conversation she said "A tattoo artist won't give you a tattoo if you're drunk because alcohol thins the blood". My thinking was that a ...

pubs.niaaa.nih.gov/publications/arh21-1/42.pdf

the bone marrow; the blood cell pre- cursors; and the mature red blood cells ( RBC's), white blood cells. (WBC's), and platelets. Alcohol's indirect effects include  ...