Red wine may cut lung cancer risk for smokers

10/8/2008 | Yahoo!

Researchers say an antioxidant in red wine may reduce the risk of lung cancer for smokers. The study data, which included more than 84,000 men who participated in the California Men's Health Study, show those who smoked and drank one to two glasses of red wine daily reduced their lung cancer risk by 60%.

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