Publication A.L. Waterhouse and J.M. Rantz (editors).

Wine in Context: Nutrition, Physiology, and Policy. Proceedings of the Symposium on Wine & Health (1996)

Consists of papers presented by invited speakers at the Symposium on Wine & Health held on June 24 & 25, 1996 in Reno, Nevada.

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Table of Contents

Cross cultural aspects of drinking, alcohol abuse, and alcoholism.
D. J. Pittman
1-5

Atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease and antioxidants.
R. L. Walzem and R. J. Hansen
6-12

Red wine, atherosclerosis, and coronary thrombosis.
J. D. Folts, B. Begolli, and D. Shanmuganayagam
13-15

Wine and cancer.
S. E. Ebeler and M. A. Weber
16-18

Ethyl carbamate.
L. F. Bisson
19-25

Allergy to wine.
V. A. Marinkovich
26-28

Headache and wine.
M. A. Daeschel
29-34

Sulfites, wine, and health.
A. T. Bakalinsky
35-42

The in vitro effect of red wine on Helicobacter pylori.
K. C. Fugelsang and C. J. Muller
43-45

Fetal alcohol risk: A current perspective.
D. Whitten
46-49

Why wine can be part of a healthy diet and life-style.
E. Holmgren
50-53

Wine as part of a healthful diet: Cross-cultural perspectives.
D. B. Heath
54-57

Moderate alcohol consumption: Beneficial to your health?
R. C. Ellison
58-61

Making sense of health claims for alcohol: To whose health?
G. A. Hacker
62-65

The antidote to alcohol abuse: Sensible drinking messages.
S. Peele and A. Brodsky
66-70

An approach to sensible drinking message.
R. Harding
71-80

Government regulations and the wine industry.
W. T. Earle
81-84

The implications of the 1995 Dietary Guidelines for the USDA food guide pyramid.
E. Kennedy
85-87

Should we recommend consumption of wine or other alcoholic beverages to help prevent coronary heart disease?
M. H. Criqui
88-89

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