Until now it has been widely believed that alcohol consumption can cause erectile dysfunction, or 'brewer's droop'. But a study of 1,580 Australian men found drinkers reporting up to 30 per cent fewer problems than teetotallers.
Even binge drinkers had lower rates of erectile dysfunction than those who never drank.
So-called low-risk drinkers, those who have four drinks a day for up to five days a week, fared best.
- ''Brewer's Droop" would be a great name for a band.
- In Australia, drinking four drinks a day five days a week is considered "low-risk".
(thanks to: Instapundit)