At-risk Drinking Associated with Higher Death Rates Among Men with Certain Diseases

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At-Risk Alcohol Drinking

Older men who drink as few as two drinks twice a week and also have diseases that could be worsened by alcohol or cause problems with medications taken while drinking alcohol have higher death rates, as compared to men who either drink less or may drink more but don't have such comorbidities.

Examining data from a 1971