Is a Daily Glass of Red Wine Good For Your Heart? Maybe Not

We've all heard that drinking a glass of red wine daily improves your cardiovascular health. So should teetotalers start drinking up? Not so fast, argues Dr. Darwin Labarthe, former director of the Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention at the Centers for Disease Control. In a recent Bloggingheads.tv diavlog, Dr. Labarthe lays out what we really know about the link between moderate alcohol consumption and heart health.

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