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Drinking alcohol can curb the rise in coronavirus-neutralizing antibodies after a third shot of a COVID-19 vaccine, according to a study by a team at Japan’s International University of Health and Welfare.

The levels of such antibodies after booster shots were 15% lower on average in people who drink alcohol than in those who do not, according to the study conducted by the team led by Retsu Fujita, associate professor at the university.

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