17th February 2015 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
We often hear stories and statistics in the media that small amounts of alcohol can be good for your health and help you live longer. How can we tell what is healthy and how much is too much?
Dr Alastair Reid will set out to answer the question, “Why is alcohol bad for me?” He will explore the way alcohol works in our bodies and show how this can affect both our physical and mental health. He will also look at what the maximum recommended intake of alcohol is and consider whether small amounts of alcohol may be beneficial.
This talk is part of our three-part series with Oxford Brookes University and is open to all.
Booking for this event will be available on the Oxford Brookes University website: http://www.brookes.ac.uk/about-brookes/events/alcohol–why-is-it-bad-for-me-/
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