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Does drinking red wine help in extending an individuals lifespan?

does drinking red wine help in extending an individuals lifespan?
Fri, 11 Dec 2009
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Depends on how much you drink, and your other medical conditions, medications, etc. Red wine is good for the heart and cardiovascular system, but too much or interaction with medication can cause many problems.
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