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New research makes red wine less of a headache

European researchers have come up with an alternative formula for red wine, which could see wine drinkers waving goodbye to hangovers.

21st December, 2012
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Red wine hangovers could become a thing of the past

European researchers have come up with an alternative formula for red wine, which could see wine drinkers waving goodbye to hangovers.

According to EU research, red wine gives you a hangover because of the sulphur dioxide (SO2) that is often added as a preservative.

New research has come up with an alternative preservative that could mean the end of red-wine headaches for millions.

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