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  • #16
    Re: Drinking Alcohol??

    Brett,
    Since you're new to the board, why don't you introduce yourself on the "Hello! My name is . . ." forum?

    Gordon
    Myectomy on Feb. 5, 2007.

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      I drinking Alcohol daily 1 -2 bottles. I am really full addicted to alcohol, smoking and hybrid vaping. But Now, I face a serious disease and admit in the hospital for 2 years. Alcohol can affect your heart and lungs. People who are chronic drinkers of alcohol have a higher risk of heart-related issues than people who do not drink. Women who drink are more likely to develop heart disease than men who drink.

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