A new study finds that just one alcoholic drink a day could increase your risk of having a stroke.
Researchers warn it doesn't take much to possibly cause harm.
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Findings show just one or two drinks daily can cause your risk of a stroke to increase by 10 to 15 percent. That risk growing to as much as 35 percent if you consume four alcoholic drinks a day.
Researchers defined one drink as either a bottle of beer, small glass of wine or a single measure of spirits.
A study is now examining more evidence to determine if there's a link between daily drinking and increased risk of heart attacks.
1 alcoholic drink a day could increase risk of having stroke, study says