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by Thomas Stuttaford

Author: Thomas Stuttaford
Subcategory: Beverages & Wine
Language: English
Publisher: Faber & Faber; Main edition (November 1, 1997)
Pages: 160 pages
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To Your Good Health! book. Well over a million readers of The Times turn to Dr Stuttaford daily.

To Your Good Health! book. To Your Good Health!: The Wise Drinker's Guide. by. Thomas Stuttaford. Well over a million readers of The Times turn to Dr Stuttaford daily for advice on the latest medical matters. In this book he sets out a balanced view on drinking and health: taken in moderation alcohol is good for you - taken to excess it can be disastrous.

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The Wise Drinker's Guide. by Thomas Stuttaford.

In this book he sets out a balanced view on drinking and health: taken in moderation alcohol is good for you - taken to excess it can be disastrous. It is w well kwn that a moderate amount of alcohol is good for the coronary arteries: but it also helps to prevent strokes, lessens the likelihood of late-onset diabetes, acts as an anti-oxidant and also improves the sperm count. It even has a beneficial effect on the intellect, especially amongst the elderly.

Dr Thomas Stuttaford, formerly The Times medical correspondent and later its medical columnist, worked for The Times from 1982 until January . To Your Good Health!: The Wise Drinker's Guide, Faber and Faber Ltd, 1997, ISBN 0-571-19095-2.

Dr Thomas Stuttaford, formerly The Times medical correspondent and later its medical columnist, worked for The Times from 1982 until January 2009. Stuttaford continues to write a regular monthly column for The Oldie and is a frequent contributor to Healthspan, an online retailer of vitamin supplements, and occasionally to other national newspapers and journals. What's up Doc? Understanding your Common Symptoms: Health Matters, Little Books, 2003

Irving Thomas Stuttaford, OBE was a British doctor, author, medical columnist of The Times and former Conservative Member of Parliament.

Irving Thomas Stuttaford, OBE was a British doctor, author, medical columnist of The Times and former Conservative Member of Parliament. In 2002 he retired as Senior Medical Advisor for Barclays Bank. Missionary position - This article is about the sex position. For the book by Christopher Hitchens, see The Missionary Position.

Irving Thomas Stuttaford, was a British doctor, author, medical columnist .

Irving Thomas Stuttaford, was a British doctor, author, medical columnist of The Times and former Conservative Member of Parliament. Stuttaford had worked with Evans during the latter's campaign to secure compensation for the victims of Thalidomide. Later, Stuttaford became "The Times" medical columnist, a role he retained until January 2009.

Dr Thomas Stuttaford answers your questions on alcohol consumption What exactly are the dangers to your health of so-called binge drinking.

Dr Thomas Stuttaford answers your questions on alcohol consumption. October 19 2005, 1:00am, The Times. Please note that Dr Stuttaford isn’t familiar with all the circumstances in individual cases and can only deal with the points raised in general terms. Patients should always discuss any specific problems they have with their own doctors. What exactly are the dangers to your health of so-called binge drinking. I am afraid I have a tendency to do this. I can go days - and sometimes a whole week - without touching alcohol at all. However, when I do go out I often tend to over indulge and get quite drunk.

Well over a million readers of The Times turn to Dr Stuttaford daily for advice on the latest medical matters. In this book he sets out a balanced view on drinking and health: taken in moderation alcohol is good for you - taken to excess it can be disastrous.

Dr Stuttaford proceeds through history to the latest research. It is now well known that a moderate amount of alcohol is good for the coronary arteries: but it also helps to prevent strokes, lessens the likelihood of late-onset diabetes, acts as an anti-oxidant and also improves the sperm count. It even has a beneficial effect on the intellect, especially amongst the elderly. And it does matter what form the alcohol takes: a wine from France, for example, is likely to be more health-giving than the same grape variety grown in Chile. In the past the Ministry of Health has erred on the side of caution. Dr Stuttaford shows that the average man can benefit if he takes four units of alcohol a day, and although women will show the effects of over-indulgence more readily, their life-expectancy will equally benefit from moderate drinking.