Drinking Alcohol May Boost Immunity

Drinking Alcohol May Boost Immunity

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December 24, 2013

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Drinking Alcohol May Boost Immunity

A recent study shows people without alcoholic risk factors can enjoy alcohol in moderation and benefit from an improved immune system as a result.

People with a history of alcohol abuse or other risk factors are typically advised not to drink.

However, a recent study shows people without these risk factors can enjoy alcohol in moderation and benefit from an improved immune system as a result.

Researchers from Oregon Health & Science University chose a type of monkey known for having an immune system very similar to humans. They split 12 monkeys into 2 groups: one had access to a 4 percent ethanol drink and the other sugar water. Both had access to food and plain water, and were vaccinated against the small pox virus.

For 14 months, their b...

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