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Over the years there has been a great deal of enthusiasm among people who enjoy drinking alcohol about reports saying drinking in light to moderate amounts had been found to be good for your cardiovascular health. However, new research shows that drinking even light or moderate amounts of alcohol has no benefits for heart health.
Researchers at the Imperial College London have trained a computer to recognize patients who could benefit from stroke treatment with clot busting drugs. In a small retrospective pilot study trained computer software that is similar airport technology predicted which patients given thrombolytic drugs suffered brain bleed that leads to more disability and can be fatal.
Drinking in moderation it not always good for your health as some press reports may lead you to believe. A lot of people enjoy a little wine or beer now and than and feel this is perfectly safe for them. Some research has implied moderate drinking may lower your risk of developing and dying from heart disease. However, new research shows stroke mortality may be increased with moderate alcohol consumption.
A blood thinner such as warfarin reduces blood's ability to clot and lowers the risk of stroke, heart attack, and even death. However if you are taking certain antibiotics or antifungal medication you could be endangering your health if not closely monitored.