Are Low Calorie Wines Really Healthier For You?

By | Tue, 11/19/2013 - 18:06

If you're trying to drink less alcohol, low calorie wines may be a good option if you're not too worried about taste.

Sugary Drinks May Increase Kidney Stone Risk

Sugary Drinks May Increase Kidney Stone Risk; Coffee, Beer, and Wine Might Lower It

By | Wed, 05/22/2013 - 21:30

A new study suggests that sugary drinks might raise risk of kidney stones, while drinking coffee, tea, wine, beer, and orange juice might actually lower it.

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What Your Choice in Wine Reveals About Your Personality

By | Mon, 12/17/2012 - 15:11

Apparently, it is indeed possible to distinguish a person's personality from their drink of choice - if that drink of choice is wine.


Surprising Study Finds Red Wine May Help Women Beat Breast Cancer

By | Wed, 11/07/2012 - 16:32

Science has produced yet another reason to crack open a bottle of wine – for women suffering from breast cancer, that is.


Beer Keeps Your Muscles Strong - But You'd Need to Drink 154 Pints a Day

By | Wed, 09/26/2012 - 15:33

Drinking beer can keep you strong in old age, according to Japanese scientists who found a substance in hops that can actually prevent muscle tissue from deteriorating.

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A Glass of Wine a Day Ups Breast Cancer Risk

By | Thu, 09/20/2012 - 10:54

Drinking just one glass of wine may up the risk of many types of cancers, including breast cancer, according to new research. However, The International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research says that studies such as these fail to talk about the various health benefits of light alcohol consumption.


A Glass of Wine a Day Can Keep the Doctor Away: Five Surprising Health Benefits of Red Wine

By | Thu, 08/23/2012 - 16:46

Scientists have come out with a great deal of research touting wine's health benefits - everything from improving cognitive function to helping against arthritis.

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Study Suggests that Alcohol May Cause Cancer

By | Wed, 08/22/2012 - 16:25

Researchers have found the first conclusive evidence in humans that many people's favorite beverage is a carcinogen.