alcohol can affect the risk of developing type 2 DIABETES
Over the years we've heard a lot about alcohol and heart disease.
Now there's evidence that alcohol can affect the risk of developing type 2 DIABETES.
Moderate drinking seems to LOWER the risk of type 2 diabetes...heavy drinking seems to INCREASE the risk.
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