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People who drink a glass of wine a day appeared to have a lower risk of depression than tee-totallers in a new study.
Researchers in Sweden tracked the lifestyle habits of more than 5,000 people from 1998 to 2010.
People - Health - Units - Alcohol - Week
They found the people with the best mental health drank up to 14 units of alcohol a week - the equivalent of 10 pints of beer, and a little less than 10 glasses of wine.
Those who never drank alcohol had a 70-percent higher risk of depression, and hazardous binge-drinkers were 80 percent more likely to suffer.
Drinking - Risk - Factor - Depression - Plenty
While alcohol - particularly excessive drinking - is a risk factor for depression, plenty of studies have shown there can be a sweet spot.
Indeed, in all but one of the Blue Zones - the seven places in the world with the best health and longest life expectancy - most people have a drink a day.
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