Moderate red wine consumption may prevent the brain from suffering damage caused by alcohol, according to recent research from Portugal. The study, published June 8 in the journal Neuroscience, found that rats given heavy amounts of red wine did not suffer memory damage when compared to rats that were given pure alcohol.
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