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Drink to your health? It depends on how much drinking you do, study shows

From left, a Manhattan, a Cucumber Margarita and Tara’s Bloody Mary. A new study says moderate to heavy drinkers are more likely to live to 85 without developing dementia. (Barbara Davidson/Los Angeles Times/TNS) 1208142 1208142

Researchers have confirmed a long-suspected (but much-disputed) relationship between drinking and death: that, for most, consuming a little alcohol is better than drinking none. But throwing back too much is way worse than sipping just the right amount.

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