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How the alcohol industry affects federal health guidance

How did sneaky myths about red wine's alleged health benefits become common knowledge? 
 (Carl Court/Getty Images)
How did sneaky myths about red wine's alleged health benefits become common knowledge? (Carl Court/Getty Images)

One more time, for the people in the back: Alcohol is not good for your health. But how did sneaky myths about red wine’s alleged health benefits become common knowledge? Critics blame the alcohol lobby, in part.

Here & Now‘s Scott Tong talks with STAT’s Isa Cueto about all that and more.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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