Drinking two bottles of wine a week 'increases dementia risk'
Drinking more than two bottles of wine or around 10 pints of low-strength beer a week can increase the chance of developing dementia, a major new study reveals. Consuming more than 21 UK units of alcohol a week has been listed among three new risk factors for the condition, which affects 55,000 people in Ireland. A bottle of wine has about 10 UK units depending on strength, while a pint of beer has around two UK units. But following a lifestyle plan can...
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