Wine May Help Women Moderate Weight

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Wine May Help Women Moderate Weight

In a long-term study that surveyed the drinking habits of 20,000 women, those who consumed moderate amounts of alcohol were more likely to keep their weight down. What do you think?
  • "Yeah, that's right, all this booze is making me real pretty. I'm a pretty lady. I'm a real pretty lady."

    Jenn Cosloy
    Business Affairs Manager
  • "I'm worried people will just use this as an excuse to drink moderate amounts of wine."

    Daryl Rusk
    Airport Shuttle Driver
  • "Sure the weight-lowering and stress-reducing benefits are tempting, but my God, just think of the slightly purple teeth!"

    Matt Hazelmeyer
    Systems Analyst
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