With beer becoming more mainstream, many are asking why so many young people don’t drink it.
Beer is a popular choice for young people to drink, and as alcohol use increases among teens, many have started to question its health effects.
While drinking beer can be a good thing for you and your health, some researchers say that it can also cause health problems, like heart disease and diabetes.
According to a report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, people who drink more than two alcoholic drinks a day have a higher risk of death.
The report said that those who drink four or more drinks a week have a 30 per cent higher risk for dying from all causes, including cancer.
A number of factors can increase your risk of health problems.
The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) says that alcohol use may contribute to some types of cancer, such as breast, colon and rectal cancers.
And people who binge drink often have higher blood pressure and heart disease risks, as well as higher blood sugar levels.
But some experts say there are other health risks as well.
Some studies suggest that children who drink alcohol more often have a shorter lifespan than those who do not.
Studies have also found that older people have higher risks of stroke, high blood pressure, and type 2 diabetes.
The American Heart Association says that people who regularly drink beer should check with their doctor if they are at risk for cardiovascular disease, or heart problems.
But as the popularity of beer continues to grow, so do questions about whether beer is good for you.
“Beer is very good for health, it’s very good at relieving stress and anxiety, and it’s good for your immune system, which is why you’re more likely to be protected against some things like colds, flu, and other illnesses,” said Paul M. Auerbach, PhD, professor of psychiatry at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
“And alcohol is good at relaxing you, so you can sleep better, have a good mood and a healthy lifestyle.
You should do everything you can to have a healthy diet and exercise, because there’s evidence that beer helps regulate appetite.”
He added that “if you’re going to be drinking a lot of beer, make sure you’re not drinking too much.
The amount of alcohol you should drink depends on how much you want to drink.
If you want a glass of wine, a beer or a glass with a glass or two of beer is probably a good amount.”
While it’s hard to know for sure, some studies have found that people in the U: age range of 18 to 35 are at higher risk, with people who drank alcohol in their teens.
The researchers also found an association between the amount of beer and the risk of depression.
“If you drink a lot and you’re depressed, then you are at greater risk of developing depression later on,” Auerhaus said.
“This means that if you drink beer or any other kind of alcohol, make an effort to reduce your drinking and your drinking habits, because you’re probably not going to stop drinking.
And also make sure that you’re drinking enough to prevent a lot more depression than you would if you didn’t drink beer.”
A study from the American Psychological Association found that the amount and frequency of beer consumption among people aged 18 to 25, compared to people aged 35 to 44, was associated with a significant decrease in the likelihood of depression and anxiety.
In fact, for those aged 18 and under, those who drank beer regularly reported fewer symptoms of depression, anxiety and other psychological problems than those without alcohol.
The research suggests that there is a strong correlation between the number of alcohol drinks a person consumes and the likelihood they have of developing a depressive disorder.
According a new study, this correlation is even stronger for young adults.
Researchers from the University of North Carolina School of Public Health found that young adults who drank three or more alcoholic drinks per week had a 32 per cent lower risk of being diagnosed with depression, compared with those who abstained.
They also found a significant reduction in the risk for developing alcohol use disorders such as alcohol abuse and dependence.
“The research clearly shows that if young people are drinking a great deal of alcohol and are doing it in moderation, there is no evidence of a negative impact on their health,” said Dr. Elizabeth L. Smith, professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University at Buffalo School of Nursing.
“However, if young adults are drinking and they are not exercising and are not doing any of the other things that we look for as healthy and normal behaviors, there are some additional things that might be at risk.”
She added that this study could not be used to recommend people stop drinking beer altogether, but suggested that “people should talk with their physician and see if they can reduce their alcohol consumption.”
But while there are many studies that suggest that people should limit their drinking to no more than one glass of beer a week