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Adults who drink wine, beer, spirits, or other alcohol in moderation-no more than two moderate-sized drinks a day live longer than those who never drink (Berger, 2008, p. 538). The major benefit of moderate drinking is a reduction in coronary heart disease (Berger, 2008, p. 538). However, moderate drinking is hard for some individuals. How does heavy drinking affect the individual's health and well-being?

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Heavy drinking affects an individual's health and well-being due to the fact that heavy consumption of alcohol damages an individuals brain through the ...

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