Top medical authorities are cautioning the nation’s healthcare professionals to downplay the popular but unproven notion that drinking red wine can help ward off heart attacks.
An American Heart Association science advisory published in a recent issue of Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association urges physicians to emphasize heart-protective steps that may be less appealing that sipping a daily glass or two of wine, but which are firmly supported by science.
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