Alcohol Intake and Associated Risk of Major Cardiovascular Outcomes in Women Compared With Men

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Alcohol Intake and Associated Risk of Major Cardiovascular Outcomes in Women Compared With Men

The prevalence of alcohol intake is increasing among women in some populations. Alcohol consumption plays an important role in the risk of major cardiovascular outcomes and total mortality.

Women with moderate to heavy alcohol intake had a significantly increased risk of total mortality compared with men. Control of alcohol intake should be considered for women, particularly for young women who may be susceptible to binge drinking.

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