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Wine Helps Kill Bad Oral Bacteria, Study Finds

Both red and white wines were found to affect the growth of the bacteria behind tooth decay and sore throat

Posted: July 18, 2007  By Jacob Gaffney

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Responsible Wine Consumption Linked to Lower Chance of Heart Attack in Women, Study Finds

Women who frequently drink moderate amounts of wine are nearly half as likely to have a heart attack as women who abstain

Posted: July 5, 2007  By Jacob Gaffney

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A Drink a Day Helps the Kidneys, Research Suggests

Examination of previous studies found that moderate daily consumption of alcohol lowered the risk of kidney cancer

Posted: June 20, 2007  By Jacob Gaffney

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A Drink a Day Delays Dementia, Study Finds

Italian researchers find the descent into dementia among the elderly is significantly slower in light to moderate wine drinkers

Posted: June 7, 2007  By Jacob Gaffney

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American Men Breathe Better When on a Mediterranean Diet, Study Finds

The diet, which includes moderate wine consumption, was associated with lower risk of lung-related diseases

Posted: May 31, 2007  By Jacob Gaffney

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Champagne Protects Brain Cells From Injury, Study Finds

French bubbly abounds with organic compounds that helped protect mice neurons in lab tests

Posted: May 10, 2007  By Jacob Gaffney

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Wine Drinkers More Likely to Live Longer, Study Finds

Three-decade study found moderate wine drinkers lived longer than drinkers of other types of alcohol

Posted: April 30, 2007  By Jacob Gaffney

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Antioxidant Found in Red Wine Selects, Kills Cancer Cells in Experiment

Pigment compound shown to attack leukemia cells--and it left healthy blood cells alone

Posted: April 25, 2007  By Jacob Gaffney

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Light to Moderate Drinkers Show Greater Cognitive Ability, Study Finds

Drinkers at all levels of consumption, from one drink a month to two drinks a day and more, performed better on thinking tests taken over time

Posted: April 18, 2007  By Jacob Gaffney

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Drinking Wine Not Linked to Gastric Cancer in Women, Study Finds

Swedish research suggests that carcinogens found in other forms of alcohol, but not in wine, may explain the greater cancer risk among drinkers overall

Posted: March 22, 2007  By Jacob Gaffney

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Light to Moderate Wine Drinkers Live Longer, According to Dutch Report

Drinking a glass or two of wine daily could result in 3.8 more years of life, researchers say

Posted: March 2, 2007  By Jacob Gaffney

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Red Wine Not Linked to Prostate Cancer, Study Finds

Light consumption of red wine appeared to lower risk, but results were inconsistent as consumption increased

Posted: March 1, 2007  By Jacob Gaffney

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The Provocative Promise of Resveratrol

A new wine-derived miracle drug? Or simply the next great red hype?

Posted: January 25, 2007  By Jacob Gaffney

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Wine Producers Struggle With Proposal to Require Allergen Warnings

Major food allergens are often used in the winemaking process, but aren't necessarily in the finished wine, producers say

Posted: January 23, 2007  By Daniel Sogg

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Drinking Alcohol May Halt Arthritis, Research Finds

Mice given moderate amounts of alcohol were less likely to develop arthritis and to become crippled by it

Posted: January 16, 2007  By Jacob Gaffney

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Moderate Drinking Decreases Risk of Heart Attack in Men With Hypertension, Study Finds

Harvard research finds that giving up responsible alcohol consumption may not be necessary for men with high blood pressure

Posted: January 9, 2007  By Jacob Gaffney

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British Scientists Identify Potent Heart-Helping Compound in Red Wine

More tannic styles of wine contain a polyphenol--and no, it's not resveratrol--involved in maintaining healthy blood vessels

Posted: January 5, 2007  By Jacob Gaffney

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Red Wine Better Than White at Reducing Risk of Colon Cancer, Research Suggests

Previous research only looked at wine drinkers in general, but closer analysis found wide variation between red- and white-wine drinkers

Posted: December 26, 2006  By Jacob Gaffney

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Light and Moderate Drinkers Live Longer, According to Research

Pooled research from studies around the world finds drinking in moderation reduces risk of death by any cause

Posted: December 14, 2006  By Jacob Gaffney

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Moderate Drinkers Use Medicare Less, Study Finds

A comparison of alcohol consumption habits found that wine drinkers spent less on health care

Posted: December 4, 2006  By Jacob Gaffney

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