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Thursday, February 22, 2018

National News


Bottoms Up...

According to a recent study led by a University of California neurologist, drinking alcohol maybe allow people over 90 to live longer. The study started in 2003, surveying the over-90 population to determine what habits lead to quantity and quality of life. Results showed that people who drank two glasses of beer or wine a day improved their odds of living longer than those who abstained by about 18 percent. By comparison, participants who exercised 15 to 45 minutes a day cut the same risk by 11 percent. There you have it...drinking is healthier than exercise.

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