You’ve probably had the time of your life, and you’ve been out drinking all day.
But is it really the case that drinking more wine is good for you?
New research finds that drinking wine is not a bad idea, and that some studies show it actually can help prevent cancer and heart disease.
Researchers from the University of Edinburgh conducted a study on 5,000 people and found that the amount of alcohol a person drinks was actually a good predictor of their health.
They found that those who drank more than four glasses of wine per day had a 3.6 percent lower risk of death from heart disease and a 5.3 percent lower rate of cancer than those who were drinking less than three glasses.
The researchers say this might be because drinking wine helps to reduce blood sugar and insulin levels.
This can help to improve blood flow to the brain, which helps in cognitive functions such as memory and attention.
So is wine really better for you than a bottle of vodka?
The research showed that people who drank three glasses of red wine had a 21 percent lower mortality risk than those drinking no more than one glass of wine, which was similar to the overall risk of the average American.
However, the researchers found that people drinking four or more glasses of champagne had a 9.4 percent lower death risk than people who did not drink any alcohol.
So the study does not prove that wine is bad for you.
However, it does indicate that drinking a bit of wine is fine for you, but a little less than a glass of vodka is a bad thing.
It could be that drinking the right amount of wine can help reduce the risk of some diseases.
For example, research shows that people with diabetes, who drink more than three or four glasses a day, have a 30 percent lower chance of dying from the disease.
But wine can also have health benefits, including lowering the risk for cancer and other types of chronic diseases.
And it is important to note that the evidence is very preliminary, and there is always a chance that drinking alcohol can cause harm.
Drinking alcohol does not automatically mean you will get a hangover.
For example, alcohol can be used to help treat nausea and vomiting in people with cancer.
So if you are concerned about hangovers, consider getting a drink and seeing a doctor.