I was asked to edit this book and to pay particular attention to the chapter dealing with ‘gender’ issues, given my long history as an OBGYN practitioner. In my opinion, this book does an outstanding job of laying out the ‘benefits’ and ‘detriments’ of drinking alcohol, as such consumption relates to women. I learned quite a bit from this book, and while I question the efficacy of some of the approaches taken by the author, I am quite impressed with the detailed analysis laid out in every chapter. This is a book every drinker of alcohol should read, regardless of gender.
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