[ASC-media] NEW SCIENTIST PRESS RELEASE ERROR - 2 DECEMBER 2006
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Please note that the story below on red wine should not have gone out on
the New Scientist press release yesterday - apologies for any confusion
this has caused.
Although it is reported in New Scientist magazine this week, the story
actually originated from a Nature paper, and should have been referenced
as such in the magazine. If you wish to find out more about this story
please contact Ruth Francis, Nature Press Officer: press at nature.com
WHY FRENCH RED IS BEST FOR THE HEART
If you want to toast yourself to a long life, choose a red wine from
Scientists in London have identified a compound called procyanidin as
the component in red wine responsible for making it good for your heart.
The team also found that wines from south-west France and Sardinia
contain more procyanidins than other red wines. Page 17
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