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Daily Alcohol Consumption Raises Stroke Risk

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According to a research study published in The Lancet, drinking one serving of alcohol per day raises the risk of a stroke by 10 to 15 percent. Consuming four drinks per day raises the risk of stroke to 35%. A single serving was defined as a small glass of wine, a bottle of beer, or a single measure of spirits. Researchers conducted the study on more than 500,000 Chinese people for a decade. Read more from the CNN news article.