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Heavy drinking in older adults linked to poorer neurocognitive functions

21:09 EDT 22 Sep 2016 | News-Medical.net

Heavy drinking can lead to neurophysiological and cognitive changes ranging from disrupted sleep to more serious neurotoxic effects.

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