How an early-'90s newsmagazine show convinced a generation of Americans to start drinking red wine. For the antioxidants!
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- Diet and alcohol in heart disease risk: the French Paradox
- Absorption of three wine-related polyphenols in three different matrices by healthy subjects
- From red wine to polyphenols and back: A journey through the history of the French Paradox
- Wine as a Biological Fluid: History, Production, and Role in Disease Prevention
- Cardiovascular Risk Factors and Confounders Among Nondrinking and Moderate-Drinking U.S. Adults
- Alcohol, Drinking Pattern, and Chronic Disease
- The French paradox: lessons for other countries
- Myocardial Infarction and Coronary Deaths in the World Health Organization MONICA Project
- Coronary heart disease in France and in Europe: Where are the facts?
- Wine And Juice Management And Marketing Decisions: The Case Of The French Paradox
- Decline of coronary heart disease mortality is strongly effected by changing patterns of underlying causes of death
- The Medical Autopsy: Past, Present, and Dubious Future
- New dimensions in cause of death statistics
- Should socioeconomic factors be considered as traditional risk factors for cardiovascular disease, as confounders, or as risk modifiers?
- Wine, alcohol, platelets, and the French paradox for coronary heart disease
- Alcohol, Ischemic Heart Disease, and the French Paradox
- Death certificates are not reliable: revivification of the autopsy
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