The guideline for moderate alcohol use is one drink a day for women of all ages and men older than 65, or two drinks a day for younger men. And, says Dr. Indra Cidambi, ‘one drink is one drink’ — liquor, beer or wine.
The guideline for moderate alcohol use is one drink a day for women of all ages and men older than 65, or two drinks a day for younger men. And, says Dr. Indra Cidambi, ‘one drink is one drink’ — liquor, beer or wine. Dreamstime TNS
The guideline for moderate alcohol use is one drink a day for women of all ages and men older than 65, or two drinks a day for younger men. And, says Dr. Indra Cidambi, ‘one drink is one drink’ — liquor, beer or wine. Dreamstime TNS

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