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Research Mounts Showing Wine's Role in "French Paradox"

Issue: March 31, 1998

March 31, 1998 Research Mounts Showing Wine's Role in "French Paradox" Evidence is stronger than ever that wine is a key component in explaining why the French have low rates of coronary heart disease despite a high-fat diet, according to two researchers who first theorized the existence of the so-called "French Paradox.

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