Wine Drinking Linked to Lower Risk of Strokes in Young Women

Jacob Gaffney
Issue: April 30, 2001

April 30th, 2001 Wine Drinking Linked to Lower Risk of Strokes in Young Women Young women whose alcohol consumption consists primarily of wine are at a lower risk of having the most common type of stroke than nondrinkers or those whose alcohol consumption consists primarily of beer and spirits, according to a recent study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in Atlanta.

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