Section last updated: March 31, 2014
Alcohol and Cardiovascular Disease
Is it merely a myth that alcoholic beverages such as red wine can be cardioprotective? by Creina Stockley MSc MBA (May 2012)
Beer, Mediterranean diet and cardiovascular disease (Jan 2011)
High-density lipoprotein subclasses are a potential intermediary between alcohol intake and reduced risk of cardiovascular disease (Aug 2010)
Cardiovascular and overall  mortality risk in relation to alcohol consumption in patients with cardiovascular disease (Aug 2010)
Alcohol consumption and cardiovascular risk: mechanisms of action and epidemiological perspectives (Jun 2010)
Alcohol consumption and risk of cardiovascular disease among hypertensive women (Jun 2010)
Alcohol consumption and mortality in patients with cardiovascular disease (Jun 2010)
Alcohol and cardiovascular mortality-  Common sense and scientific truth (Jun 2010)
Alcohol intake and risk of coronary heart disease in younger, middle-aged, and older adults (Jun 2010)
Resveratrol: a promising agent in promoting cardio-protection against coronary heart disease
Long-term wine consumption is related to cardiovascular mortality and life expectancy independently of moderate alcohol intake
Genetics can mediate vulnerability to alcohol’s effects during pregnancy
Support network may play role in benefits of drinking - Heart risks are found to be less pronounced in highly social men
Alcohol consumption and n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids in healthy men and women from 3 European populations
Alcohol and coronary artery calcium prevalence, incidence, and progression
Alcohol drinking and cardiovascular risk in a population with high mean alcohol consumption
Does drinking pattern modify the effect of alcohol on the risk of coronary heart disease
Alcohol's impact on heart and stroke risk may differ for men and women
Teetotallers who begin to drink reduce their risk of cardiovascular disease
More on red wine’s healthfulness By Harvey E. Finkel, M.D
New middle-age moderate drinkers, lower risk of heart disease
Alcohol and cardiovascular diseases: A historical review and 2005 update By Arthur L. Klatsky
The combined influence of leisure-time physical activity and weekly alcohol intake on fatal ischaemic heart disease and all-cause mortality
Interactions of wine drinking with omega-3 fatty acids in patients with coronary heart disease: A fish-like effect of moderate wine drinking
Wine, alcohol and cardiovascular risk: an epidemiological perspective presented by G. de Gaetano at Winehealth 2007
Does moderate drinking lower risk of heart failure?
Alcohol and Coronary Heart Disease Risk Reviewed
By Elisabeth Holmgren
Alcohol consumption and risk of heart failure in the Physicians' health study
Alcohol consumption and risk for coronary heart disease in men with healthy lifestyles
Healthy lifestyle factors in the primary prevention of coronary heart disease
Prospective study of alcohol drinking patterns and coronary heart disease in women and men
Alcohol consumption and risk of coronary heart disease in older adults
Alcohol and coronary heart disease risk - is there an unknown confounder?
Eating a mediterranean-style diet for three months can reduce the risk of heart disease by 15%, new study shows
New perspectives on the role of alcohol in heart disease
Female Heavy Drinkers Risk Heart Disease
Do People Drink More If They Develop Coronary Disease or Know About Medical Benefits of Alcohol? by Arthur Klatsky M.D.
Abdominal Fat, Alcohol Drinking Pattern and Heart Disease Risk
Alcohol and heart disease in diabetics
Alcohol intake, biochemical variables and the risk of CHD
Report from Scotland questions protective effect of moderate alcohol consumption on coronary heart disease
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