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Study: Red Wine Accomodates Smokers

GERMANY (Saarbrücken) – It is one of the few doctrines where scientists agree: Smoking is harms one’s health. So far, so good. Not the University of Saarland Medical School published a study which suggests drinking red wine to counteract under certain circumstances vessel damages and cell ageing caused by smoking. The essential statement of the study is: Red wine can counteract inflammations of the blood vessels and damages in cells of smokers.

UK (London) – Studies about the effects of alcohol on the human body are difficult. It is a fact that heavy alcohol excesses lead to serious health problems. But to evidence noxious effects of moderate wine consumption is not easy. To do...

USA (Michigan) – You will say, one more study about wine. Yes, because wine is varied, and one side of it has not been scrutinized scientifically yet. A new study says: “Share your wine with your spouse – because married couples with...

CHINA (Wuhan) – Moderate alcohol consumption decreases the risk of becoming a diabetic – all right, but does it matter what you drink? A thorough analysis of the studies concludes for wine to have an important advantage compared to beer...

FRANCE (Bordeaux) - Jean-Baptiste Lecaillon, a famous wine maker who has been working for Champagne Louis Roederer since 1989, considers Axel Marschall for the coming star among the wine scientists for Bordeaux wines. Axel Maraschall may...

ITALY (Rome) - Full-bodied red wines enjoy everyone’s full attention but scientists say white wines offer the same amount of antioxidants. Winter is now over at last, spring air seems slightly warmer – now many wine drinkers are craving...