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They were surprised at the low amounts of alcohol intake reported by the subjects, with just 16 percent of males and about 8 percent of females reporting more than one drink/week. It’s possible that the low degrees of drinking, or perhaps over-adjustment in the multivariable evaluation, led to the lack of effect of HDL. Most other studies show a much bigger proportion of the effect of alcohol on cardiovascular disease risk to be associated with an increase in HDL.. Alcohol consumption might decrease risk of loss of life from coronary artery disease May involve mechanisms other than an increase in HDL-cholesterolIn a prospective, observational research of approximately 150,000 Norwegians, the investigators found that alcohol intake was associated with a large reduction in the risk of death from coronary artery disease.Related StoriesImproved results yielded from fresh ChIP-seq protocolScalable production of gene therapy vectors: an interview with Frank UbagsHPV research partnership signed between Beckman Coulter and IncellDxVeterinarians required small skin samples from the monkeys’ forearms. Scientists in the Sedivy laboratory tested the connective tissue for the presence of six biomarkers, or biological ‘warning flag,’ that signal cellular ageing. For replicative senescence, the most important biomarker is normally telomere dysfunction-induced foci, or TIFs.