Study: Wine consumption may lower mortality rates among the hypertensive

09/7/2004 | FoodNavigator

A team of French researchers says men with elevated blood pressure who drink moderate amounts of wine enjoy a 23% lower risk of death from all causes. The study reinforces the notion that diets in Mediterranean countries, which traditionally include regular wine consumption, contribute to a lower risk of death from high blood pressure than diets in the U.S. and northern Europe.

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