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Parkinson’s Disease: hazardous

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October 30, 2008

Chemistry Central journal

Heavy metals in wine could pose potential health problems to regular drinkers, claims a scientific report published today.

The report, which appeared in the online journal Chemistry Central, claims that a daily 250ml glass of red wine could expose wine drinkers to hazardous levels of metal ions linked to Parkinson’s disease and cancer.

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