Is Moderate Alcohol Consumption Really Healthy?
Evidence from mice to men, and the "French Paradox" revisited.
We all spend a lot of time thinking about ways to improve our health. The popularity of fasting, zone 2 exercise, and compounds like rapamycin and resveratrol — which mimic the desired effects of nutrition and lifestyle interventions but come with none of the hassle — are evidence that the desire to boost wellness and "longevity” is a trend that’s here …
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