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HealthDay News reports on a four-decade Dutch research study saying that men who drink up to a half a glass of red wine each day can boost their life expectancy by five years as compared with non-drinkers.

The only caveat in the study is that it is possible that men who engage in light, long-term alcohol consumption may be living healthier lifestyles in general – they eat better and exercise more.

KC's View:
Doesn’t get any better than this. I just wish that a full glass of red wine meant 10 years more life expectancy. Because I’m up for that.