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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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Moderate Drinking May Not Affect Chance of Repeat Heart Attack, Study Finds

The researchers found that light-to-moderate alcohol consumption neither helped nor hurt recovery from heart failure.

Posted: September 3, 2004  By Jacob Gaffney

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Study Claims Prickly Pear Extract May Ease Hangovers

Researchers found that drinkers who took the extract had a 50 percent lower chance of experiencing severe hangover symptoms.

Posted: August 28, 2004  By Jacob Gaffney

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Thinking About a Glass of Wine? New Study Finds Moderate Drinkers May Have Superior Cognitive Skills

London researchers report that all drinkers, especially women, performed better than nondrinkers on exams that tested brain power.

Posted: August 16, 2004  By Jacob Gaffney

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Moderate Drinking May Keep Women's Bones Stronger, Study Finds

Research on female twins in England found that those who drank moderately had denser bones than their twin sisters who drank rarely.

Posted: August 2, 2004  By Jacob Gaffney

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