Study: Wine-drinking men could add four years to lives

03/2/2007 | WebMD

A study of 1,373 Dutch men over the course of 40 years concludes those who drink about a half a glass of wine a day over decades might live as much as four years longer than nondrinkers. Researchers found the men who drank any type of alcohol in moderate amounts tended to live longer, and wine drinkers lived longest of all.

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