We close out this week of blog posts on Vinesse Today with some news that is short but sweet—some good news on the health front.
Moderate consumption of alcohol may help stave off dementia and cognitive impairment, a study by Loyola’s Stritch School of Medicine has revealed.
The school reviewed numerous studies dating back to 1977 and involving more than 365,000 participants. Some of those studies suggested that wine is more beneficial in this regard than hard liquor or beer.
The key, as always, is moderation, as the study found that consuming three or more drinks per day on a regular basis could actually increase the risk of cognitive impairment.
So have a glass of wine with dinner tonight, enjoy it with a significant other, engage in some stimulating conversation, and add to your memory bank of special evenings.