Moderate Wine-Drinking May Help Prevent Second Heart Attack

Jacob Gaffney
Issue: January 31, 2003

A recent study of 353 French men, each of whom had suffered a heart attack, found that moderate consumption of wine may help lower the risk of a second attack or related complications. "We actually recommend drinking after a heart attack, but moderately and during meals as the Mediterranean people do," said lead researcher Dr.

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