Drinking Wine Lowers Risk Of Barrett's Esophagus, Precursor To Nation's Fastest Growing Cancer, Study Suggests

Monday, March 2, 2009 - 11:21 in Health & Medicine

A new study found drinking one glass of wine a day may lower the risk of Barrett's Esophagus by 56 percent. There was no reduction of Barrett's Esophagus risk among people who drank beer or liquor.

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