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Alcohol and aging

In low to moderate amounts, alcohol may smooth the way to conversation and play a part in festivities, but this is less likely to be the case as you grow older. Changes in metabolism that come with aging can make older people more susceptible to the effects of alcohol. Even one drink can cause an older person with low blood pressure to become dizzy or someone with a balance problem to fall and break…

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