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Only alcohol -- not caffeine, diet or lack of sleep -- might trigger heart rhythm condition

Lifestyle factors may play role in managing the malady, latest study shows

26-Nov-2021

New research from UC San Francisco that tested possible triggers of a common heart condition, including caffeine, sleep deprivation and sleeping on the left side, found that only alcohol use was consistently associated with more episodes of the heart arrhythmia. The authors conclude that people ...

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Drinking alcohol to stay healthy? That might not work, says new study

04-Nov-2021

Increased mortality risk among current alcohol abstainers might largely be explained by other factors, including previous alcohol or drug problems, daily smoking, and overall poor health, according to a new study publishing November 2nd in PLOS Medicine by Ulrich John of University Medicine ...

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Changing drinking patterns in China could drive a major increase in liver diseases

21-Sep-2021

According to new research led by NDPH, Chinese people who regularly drink alcohol have significantly greater risks of developing severe liver diseases. The results are published today in BMC Medicine. Liver disease is a major global health problem, causing over 2 million deaths each year.China ...

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First global standards to ensure responsible marketing of alcohol by social media influencers

17-Sep-2021

The world’s leading beer, wine, and spirits producers and global advertising, public relations, and influencer agencies have joined forces to establish common standards to prevent influencer marketing reaching minors. Influencers working with some of the world’s most iconic brands will be subject ...

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3 ways to grow non-alcoholic beer in the US

16-Sep-2021

Brewers can entice more US adults to try non-alcoholic beer by suggesting usage occasions, creating new flavors and launching organic varieties. The market potential for non-alcoholic beer in the US is large as 40% of US adult beer purchasers/drinkers would like to see more non-alcoholic ...

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No- and Low-Alcohol Products Gain Share Within Total Beverage Alcohol

No/Low Alcohol Consumption Projected to Increase +31% by 2024

11-Feb-2021

While 2020 was a challenging year for beverage alcohol, consumer demand for no-and low alcohol beer, wine, spirits, and ready-to-drink (RTD) products continues to increase. The buoyant no/low category gained share within the total beverage alcohol market last year to 3%, and total volume is ...

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More than 330 kilograms: What a German eats per year

12-Jan-2021

Which foods end up on plates in Germany and how healthy are they? While the national trend is positive, meat consumption remains too high. This is the conclusion reached by the German Nutrition Society (DGE) in its latest Nutrition Report. “In order to counteract the rising trend of obesity in ...

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Plant cocktail helps against the hangover

Less headache and nausea after alcohol consumption thanks to a mixture of plant extracts

11-May-2020

A mixture of plant extracts effectively helps against symptoms caused by excessive alcohol consumption, which usually show up as a hangover the next day. This is the result of a study conducted by Prof. Dr. Bernhard Lieb and Patrick Schmitt of the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU). ...

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White wine for the immune system?

How alcohol in moderation positively influences defective immune reactions

06-May-2020

Excessive consumption of alcohol is bad for your health. Moderate amounts of alcohol can, however, have a positive effect on health under certain circumstances. In a recent paper* published in the journal Nature, a research team from the Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU) ...

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Why 'Dry January' is more popular than ever

23-Jan-2020

After the champagne stops flowing on New Years Eve, many consumers have begun the new decade with a recently-established tradition, ‘Dry January.’ Formally established by a UK-based health advocacy charity in 2013, Dry January has exploded in popularity in both the US and UK. Mintel social media ...

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