International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 118: Alcohol Consumption and Socioeconomic and Biologic Risk Factors for Cancer
It has been shown in most studies that moderate drinkers - especially those who generally consume wine - tend to have other 'moderate' lifestyle factors. For example, they tend to be better educated, of higher socio-economic status, and generally are more active and eat a healthier diet than non-drinkers.
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