From the November 1978 magazine.

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ST. LOUIS, MO.--One or two drinks a day may be all right, a panel of doctors agreed at the annual meeting of the American Medical Association. Alcoholics should not drink, they said, and pregnant women probably should not drink. But for the average healthy person, moderate drinking is apparently not harmful.

Dr. Arthur L. Klatsky, director of the coronary care unit of the Kaiser-Permanente Medical...

-- AP