The Relationship between Alcohol Consumption and Cardiovascular Disease in Adults: Meta-Analysis
AbstractBackground: Alcoholic drink is a type of drink that contains ingredients similar to alcohol, usually ethyl alcohol or ethanol. Cardiovascular disease or also known as heart disease, generally refers to conditions that involve narrowing or blocking of blood vessels. The cardiovascular effects of alcohol consumption seen in observational studies continue to be hotly debated in the thematic literature and popular media. The purpose of this study was to analyze the relationship between alcohol consumption and cardiovascular disease in adultsSubjects and Method: This is a meta-analysis study using PRISMA flowchart guidelines and the articles were published in English from 2013 to 2022. The article search was conducted using the PICO model, Population: Adults, Intervention: Alcohol consumption. Comparison: No Consumpt
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