Wine-Drinking Women Have Better Chance of Becoming Pregnant, Research Finds

Jacob Gaffney
Issue: November 30, 2003

Women who drink a glass of wine or two per day may find it easier to conceive a child than women who don't drink or who prefer beer or spirits, according to a study of nearly 30,000 women in Denmark. "We found that wine drinkers were almost 30 percent less likely to wait more than a year to become pregnant when compared to women who did not drink wine," said head researcher Mette Juhl, of the Danish Epidemiology Science Center in Copenhagen.

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