If you like to relax with a couple glasses of wine after work, you could be in trouble.
The United States government says one drink per day is the limit for women, and anything more can cause a slew of mental and physical problems.
Thirteen percent of U. S. women have more than one drink a day.
An online survey shows fifteen percent of women lie to their doctors about how much they drink.
The main reason women lie about how much they drink is because they don't want to be judged.
If you aren't telling the truth... Your doctor can't diagnose addiction issues or prescribe the right drugs.
Mixing Tylenol with booze can cause liver damage, and an alcohol aspririn combo can trigger internal bleeding.
According to the national institutes of health, research suggests that as little as one drink a day can raise the risk of breast cancer in some women.
Those most at-risk include post-menopausal women, or those who have a family history of breast cancer.