A recent study about Red Wine Headaches, published in the journal, Scientific Reports, by UC Davis Viticulture and Enology Professor Emeritus, Andrew Waterhouse and Apramita Devi, lead author and Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of Viticulture and Enology at UC Davis, is receiving significant news coverage. In this new study, they examined how red wine causes headaches — even in people who don’t get headaches when drinking small amounts of other alcoholic beverages.
Please see below for a list of outlets that have covered the study. Please note that this is not a complete list, just a sampling of some of the major and/or local media outlets.
- BBC News: Red-wine headache explained - and it is not about volume
- CBS News: Get headaches from drinking red wine? New research explores why
- The Guardian: Scientists say mystery of how red wine headaches occur may be solved
- KCRA 3: UC Davis study: It's not just you. Red wine can give you headaches
- LA Times: Wonder why you get red-wine headaches? This new study might explain the ‘centuries-old mystery’
- New York Post: Headache from red wine? Science may finally be able to answer why some are left with splitting headaches
- New York Times: The Science Behind the Dreaded Wine Headache
- San Francisco Chronicle: Why do some people get ‘red wine headaches’? A new study may have the answer
- Science Friday: What Causes Red Wine Headaches? It May Be Quercetin
- UC Davis: Why Do Some People Get Headaches From Drinking Red Wine?
- University of California: The ACTUAL reason red wine gives you a headache and how to avoid it
- VinePair: A New Study Just Proved Why Red Wine Gives You Worse Headaches
- Washington Post: Does red wine give you headaches? Buy a cheaper bottle, scientists say
- Wine Spectator: Why Does That Red Wine Give You a Headache? It Could be a Healthy Polyphenol