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New study shows a link between alcohol and heart disease in women

03:37

A new study from Kaiser Permanente of Northern California is showing a link between alcohol use and heart disease in women. The research found that women who drink more than one drink a day are up to 50% more likely to develop heart disease. NBC News’ Medical Fellow, Dr. Akshay Syal, explains the results of the new study.