Alcohol and Its Health Effects

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Alcohol is a systematic protoplasmic poison that kills 3-million drinkers every year. It produces psychological and physical dependency. According to the World Health Organisation statistics, alcohol accounts for approximately 1.8 million worldwide deaths annually [which is 3.2% of total deaths], and causes 58.3 million disability-adjusted life years [which is 4% of the total disability cases], and accounts for 20-30% of worldwide deaths from cirrhosis of the liver, epilepsy, homicide, oesophageal cancer, road accidents and liver cancer. So, is a little wine good for you? -Author