Section last updated: April 22, 2013
Alzheimer's/ Dementia and Alcohol
The effects of moderate drinking on cognitive function and dementia: An update (Mar 2013)
Alcohol intake in the elderly affects risk of cognitive decline and dementia (Sep 2012)
An extensive review of the effects of alcohol consumption on the risk of cognitive impairment and dementia (Sept 2011)
Alcohol consumption after age 75 associated with lower risk of developing dementia (May 2011)
Moderate drinking, especially of wine, is associated with better cognitive function and less dementia (Oct 2010)
Further evidence that moderate alcohol consumption may play a role in the prevention of Alzheimer’s Disease (Aug 2010)
Seniors who drink moderately score better in cognitive tests
Dementia less prevalent in moderate drinkers than abstainers, study suggests
One to two drinks daily may lower risk of cognitive decline in older adults
Alzheimers - how are antioxidants protective?
Alcohol, dementia and cognitive decline in the elderly: a systematic review
R. Curtis Ellison comments on new studies seeking the causes of Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia
Alcoholic Beverages and the incidence of Dementia: 34 year follow up of the prospective population of Women in Gotenborg
Red wine slows alzheimer's- like disease in mice
Cabernet Sauvignon reduces risk of Alzheimer's disease
Is there a J-shaped relationship between alcohol consumption and cognitive function with ageing?
Creina S. Stockley, Health and Regulatory Information Manager, The Australian Wine Research Institute
A drink a day may delay dementia
Mediterranean diet may lower the risk of developing Alzheimers
Alzheimers Association's International conference on the prevention of dementia
Alcohol consumption and risk of dementia: the Rotterdam Study
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