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Increased stroke risk is related to a binge-drinking habit.

Binge drinking may increase an individual's susceptibility to stroke.

​This study assessed how binge drinking influences the likelihood of suffering from stroke. Researchers evaluated the alcohol drinking habits and incidence rates of stroke in a study population comprising of over 15,000 Finnish men and women aged 25-64 years. 

Researchers found a significant elevation in the risk of stroke among subjects who were binge drinkers. This study suggests that binge drinkers may be highly vulnerable to a stroke attack.

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Long-term alcohol consumption is an independent ri...
Alcohol consumption and risk of stroke and coronar...

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