Wine and Health

Wine Drinkers Less Likely to Catch Common Cold, Study Finds
Jacob Gaffney
Issue: July 31, 2002

Taking a bottle of red wine out of the cellar and putting it in the medicine cabinet may not be a bad idea come cold-and-flu season. A recent study by a team of Spanish researchers found that wine drinkers are less likely to catch the common cold than teetotalers, beer drinkers and spirits drinkers.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands July 31, 2002.

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