London: Drinking even moderate amounts of alcohol increases dementia risk, a new research has found. Researchers from US found that people who stick to recommended alcohol limits are still at risk, as well as bingers and heavy drinkers, the `BBC news` reported. The findings were presented at Alzheimer`s Association International Conference in Vancouver, Canada. The study tracked 1,300 women in their mid-60s for over 20 years. The risk of dementia which is a loss of brain function, was higher among those who reported drinking more alcohol. Women who switched from abstinence to drinking over the course of the study also increased their risk.
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