Archive | May, 2019

Serious flaws found in Lancet study “debunking myth” of healthy moderate alcohol consumption

By Lewis Perdue Co-Principal Investigator Stealth Syndromes Human Study Co-founder, Stealth Syndromes Project Chairman, Center for Research on Environmental Chemicals in Humans NOTE: You may right-click all images to view a larger version The recent Lancet study that found no cardio-protective benefits of moderate alcohol consumption is marred by substantial problems which raise serious concerns […]

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The Mendelian Randomization by Millwood et al.: Observations and Expressions of Concern

The recent population study of adults in China that found no cardio-protective benefits of moderate alcohol consumption should be re-examined in the context of methodological and confounding factors not addressed in the published paper. Published in early April by The Lancet, the study provoked sensational headlines among the general media proclaiming the definitive death of […]

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