Friday January 24, 2020

Glass Half Empty: Is the ubiquitous glass of wine doing more harm than good?

Many of us pour a glass of wine to help us relax when we feel stressed. But are we doing ourselves more harm than good?

18th September, 2016

Let me preface this article by telling you that I adore a glass of wine, and I am not suggesting that adults shouldn’t choose to have a drink at home. What I am suggesting is that we have a think about what this behavioural choice is actually doing to us.

Is it, as many of us think, harmlessly de-stressing us and improving our lives? For some of us, perhaps. For others, not so...

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