The level of alcohol consumption at which all-cause mortality is least.

@article{White1999TheLO,
  title={The level of alcohol consumption at which all-cause mortality is least.},
  author={Ian R. White},
  journal={Journal of clinical epidemiology},
  year={1999},
  volume={52 10},
  pages={967-75}
}
  • Ian R. White
  • Published 1999 in Journal of clinical epidemiology
Moderate consumers of alcohol have lower mortality than either nondrinkers or heavy drinkers. This systematic review aimed to quantify the level of alcohol consumption (termed the nadir) at which the lowest mortality occurs. Twenty cohort studies reported analyses of all-cause mortality for at least three categories of alcohol consumption, giving a total of… CONTINUE READING