No 'Safe' Level Of Alcohol Consumption Study Finds

This could put a damper on your weekend plans.  According to a new study there is no 'safe' level of alcohol consumption.

The study which spans from 1990 to 2016 shows that Alcohol was the seventh leading risk factor for both death and disabilities.   It also found that Alcohol is tied to nearly 3 million deaths each year.  And 1 in 10 for people between the ages of 15 to 49. 

Moderate use has been considered to be have health benefits, but the study said the minimal effects to health were outweighed by potential cancer concerns.

The study recommended that the most effective and cost effective means to reduce alcohol consumption is the reduce the affordability through taxes and other regulations

Read more about this study here from CNN

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