A new study may prove to be a breath of fresh air for those who prefer white wine to red. The research, commissioned by the University of Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, found that white-wine drinkers have healthier lungs overall than nondrinkers, beer or spirits drinkers—healthier even than those who drink red wine only.
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