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Risk of Diabetes Lowest for Moderate Drinkers, Study Finds

An analysis of research from around the world shows that alcohol consumption could play a role in prevention of the disease

Posted: October 18, 2005  By Jacob Gaffney

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Drinking Wine May Protect Against Colorectal Cancer, Study Finds

Beer and spirits drinkers have a higher risk than wine drinkers

Posted: September 26, 2005  By Jacob Gaffney

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Regular, Moderate Drinkers Are Less Likely to Be Obese, Study Finds

People who have a glass or two every day tended to weigh less than occasional drinkers and binge drinkers

Posted: September 7, 2005  By Jacob Gaffney

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Breast Cancer Risk From Drinking May be Wiped Out by Eating Greens, Study Finds

Scientists report that a diet high in folic acid might eliminate any slight increase in cancer risk due to alcohol consumption

Posted: August 30, 2005  By Jacob Gaffney

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Red Wine May Help Keep Vision Crystal Clear, Study Reports

Moderate wine drinkers had the fewest cases of cataracts in research conducted in Iceland

Posted: June 30, 2005  By Jacob Gaffney

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Moderate Drinking May Help, Not Harm, Kidneys, Study Finds

Men who had a drink or so a day fared better on renal performance tests than abstainers

Posted: May 19, 2005  By Jacob Gaffney

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Geneticists Find Clue to Red-Wine Compound's Role as Possible Cancer Fighter

Resveratrol may act by turning off genes that cause prostate cells to become cancerous

Posted: May 9, 2005  By Jacob Gaffney

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Stick to a Mediterranean-Style Diet and Live Longer, New Study Claims

Adults throughout Europe extended their lifespan by eating and drinking in ways similar to those in Mediterranean areas

Posted: April 13, 2005  By Jacob Gaffney

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Staying Upbeat: Women With Heart Disease May Benefit From Drinking Wine, Swedish Study Finds

Wine drinkers had healthier heart-rate variability than women who drank other beverages

Posted: March 15, 2005  By Jacob Gaffney

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Message on a Bottle: Winery Wins Permission to Put Antioxidant Content on Labels

Willamette Valley Vineyards hopes that listing the amount of resveratrol in its wines will appeal to health-conscious buyers

Posted: February 24, 2005  By Jacob Gaffney

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Another Study Links Drinking to Better Brain Health in Elderly Women

When compared to nondrinkers, moderate drinkers had around a 50 percent lower risk of brain deterioration

Posted: January 31, 2005  By Jacob Gaffney

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Elderly Women May Receive Cognitive Benefits from Drinking, Study Finds

Light to moderate consumption may decrease the risk of brain deterioration

Posted: January 28, 2005  By Jacob Gaffney

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Alcohol Can't Be Blamed for Acid Reflux, Study Finds

Drinkers showed no greater risk of heartburn than nondrinkers in Scandinavian research

Posted: January 18, 2005  By Jacob Gaffney

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New U.S. Dietary Guidelines Retain Recommendations on Moderate Drinking

Despite new research, the health benefits of red wine are not specifically mentioned

Posted: January 13, 2005  By Jacob Gaffney, Dana Nigro

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PWP Hires New VP

Posted: December 16, 2004  By Courtney Thompson

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Red-Wine Compound Has Potential to Alleviate Lung Diseases, Study Finds

Resveratrol prevents inflammation of lung cells, but don't hold your breath for a red-wine inhaler

Posted: November 16, 2004  By Jacob Gaffney

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Drinking Red Wine May Reduce Risk of Lung Cancer, Study Finds

However, drinking white wine was linked to an increased risk

Posted: November 3, 2004  By Jacob Gaffney

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Wine May Contribute to Strong Bones, Scientists Report

New evidence indicates moderate drinkers have a higher average bone density than nondrinkers.

Posted: October 22, 2004  By Jacob Gaffney

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Red Wine May Cut Prostate Cancer Risk in Half, Study Finds

White wine also showed benefits for prostate health, but beer and liquor did not.

Posted: September 30, 2004  By Jacob Gaffney

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What a Waste! Grape Pomace Kills Food-Spoiling Bacteria

In a Turkish study, the grape skins, seeds and stems left over after winemaking proved deadly to E. coli, salmonella and staph.

Posted: September 23, 2004  By Jacob Gaffney

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