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Unraveling Myths and Truths Surrounding Alcohol Consumption

If you enjoy a shiraz or Chianti from time to time, you may be familiar with the dreaded "red wine headache." That pain may stem from a compound called quercetin, which disrupts the body's ability to break down alcohol, scientists have discovered.

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    Finally, scientists explain the dreaded 'red wine headache'

    Finally, scientists explain the dreaded 'red wine headache'

    A compound in grape skins called quercetin might disrupt alcohol metabolism, causing some people to get headaches after drinking red wine, a lab …

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