A new genetic study has countered claims that moderate consumption of alcohol could prevent strokes, adding that drinking one or two glasses of alcohol a day increases the chances of having a stroke.

The study, which was published in the Lancet on Thursday, April 4, links low levels of alcohol consumption with increased blood pressure than can lead to stroke, CNN reports.

Legit.ng gathers that the study revealed that one to two drinks a day increases stroke risk by 10% to 15% and that four drinks a day increases the risk of having a stroke by 35%.

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