"Overall, this study shows a positive relation between regular moderate alcohol intake and quality of life in middle-aged adults," said the study's authors. It's worth noting that their definition of "moderate" alcohol consumption is "no more than 14 drinks a week, and no more than three a day for women and four a day for men." Better crack open a bottle now if you want to meet your daily quota
Boston U of medicine scientists found those who drank in moderation had a better life..I'll drink to that!
Very interesting! I have been wondering about this recently, as a lot of my friends have a glass of wine or two after their kids go to sleep, and they seem a lot more relaxed about life! It seems like a kind of civilised thing to do. I was going to ask a question on this subject myself so I'm glad I saw yours, and am interested in others' views. I might post my question sometime when I have formulated it properly in my mind. (To help my decision as to whether to turn to alcohol, lol! )
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Seen a video that asked this question! If one some feel the world would be better without religion, or supernatural, spiritual. Explain how it would make people's lives better?
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It would've been awesome if John McCain had retorted"You can call me MISTER McCain"!
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