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In the UK, the Telegraph reports on a new study done by the Boston University School of Medicine of more than 5,000 Canadians, finding that those who drink alcohol in moderation - "no more than 14 drinks a week and no more than three a day for women and four a day for men" - tend to rank better in terms of "dexterity, emotion, cognition and mobility" than people who abstain completely from alcohol.

In addition, the study showed that "subsequent changes in quality of life past 50 were similar in all groups, except for those who cut down on drinking from moderate levels - and these showed signs of decline."
KC's View:
I don't know what I like more - the fact that this study supports at least a part of my chosen lifestyle, or that a guy in Connecticut saw this study in a British newspaper story about a Massachusetts study done about a bunch of Canadians...