September 3, 2005

Booze Builds Brain Cells?

According to a study published by Sweden's Karolina Institutet back in April of 2005, moderate alcohol consumption can help create new brain cells. From the study:

Moderate alcohol consumption over a relatively long period of time can enhance the formation of new nerve cells in the adult brain. The new cells could prove important in the development of alcohol dependency and other long-term effects of alcohol on the brain.

This happens from moderate booze intake? Pardon me while I go join Mensa.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at September 3, 2005 2:59 PM

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