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.
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