According to a new research presented today at the Globe Congress of Cardiology in Dubai.

Overall 10 percent of the students surveyed in the analysis had already tried alcoholic beverages. But students that were most exposed to alcohol make use of in Bollywood films were found to be 2.78 times much more likely to have tried alcohol in comparison with those who were least exposed. Even when adjustments were made for demographic variables, social features and influences of child and parenting, students were found to end up being 1.49 times much more likely to have tried alcohol if indeed they had been highly exposed to alcohol use in Bollywood films in comparison with those that were least exposed.Chris Amos, PhD, senior writer of the paper said, These findings may be used to develop models that include only those interactions that are highly relevant to disease causation, enabling the researcher to remove false positive findings that plague modern research when many dozens of factors and their interactions are recommended to play a role in causing complex diseases. The model evaluates gene by gene and gene by environment elements by looking at particular DNA sequencing variants.