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Red Wine Helps Fight Heart disease
... red wine skins. In white wine and rose, the grape skins
are taken out before fermentation. The key message is moderate consumption of red wine is likely to prevent heart disease....
Anthrax Spores: Animal Skins on Drums, Renders Vado Diomande, Sick
...is might have occurred after stretching the animal skins
on drums for the purpose of tuning them. Mr. Diomande was reported to be in a stable condition, though he was unavailable for interviews. This is the performer’s second bout of anthrax, after the near fatal accident in 2003. Despite his tryst with ...
Worried About Weight
...rls are less likely to be comfortable within their skins
if their mothers are unhappy with their own body shapes and always on diets.’ The Schools Health Education unit was initially started at the Exeter University and has nodw evolved into an independent survey and publishing company. The unit has col...
White Wine is Equally Good for Heart as Red Wine
...ntioxidants that were good for the heart. Grape skins
are crushed along with the pulp to make red wine, but the skins
are separated for preparing white wine. A group of American and Italian researchers compared the eff...
The Source of Anthrax Spores Traced!
...ere present in three drums and two imported animal skins
used to make African drums. It is estimated that 174 persons in the least have come into contact with the artist. Fortunately no signs of infections have yet been reported....
Drinking Red Wine Cuts Risk of Colorectal Cancer
...of wine is related to the length of time the grape skins
are present during the fermentation process. 'The ...higher in red wine than in white wine, because the skins
are removed earlier during white-wine production, lessening the amount that is extracted,' explained...
Germ - Chemo Combo Fights Cancer
...mors because they are too large to fit through the skins
of tightly-woven blood vessels surrounding normal tissue and small enough to get through tumor vasculature. Combining C.novyi-NT and liposomes filled with chemotherapy seems to have its synergistic effect on tumors owing to the presence of an enzy...
A Heart-Felt Valentine: Red Wine and White Wine May Be Just as Healthful
...e crushed with the pulp to make red wines. But the skins
are separated from the pulp to make most white wine. That situation led to the conventional belief that red wines and red grape juice are the most heart healthy. Dipak K. Das, of the University Of Connecticut School Of Medicine, headed the study. I...
Drink Red Wine to Stay Young
...s have found melatonin, a substance found in grape skins
protect cell from age-related damage, said the onl...aturally-occurring hormone not only found in grape skins
but also in a whole range of other foods such as onions, bananas, rice and cherries. Scientists fr...
Human Skin Harbors Many More Types of Bacteria
...fy the composition of bacterial populations on the skins
using a powerful molecular method, it appears that the Skin, which// is the largest organ in our body harbors many more new types of bacteria than that was thought previously. Researchers said that it appears that the skin, is a kind of zoo and some ...
Chemicals Used To Make Synthetic Color Can Cause Cancer And Permanent Blindness
...the whole year round taking the utmost care of our skins
and bodies, and on Holi we do not take the time to be safe and play safe. Source-Eurekalert RS...
Give Up Sugar to Keep Yourself Young
...ersons skin. "Imagine that your collagen is your skins
mattress and the elastin fibres are the coils holding it together. The sugar attacks these fibres, making them less elastic and more brittle so they break. The result is that your once-youthful skin starts to sag and look old, he added. The glycati...
Master Regulatory Gene of Epithelial Stem Cells Identified
ability to replace the tissue it sloughs off is controlled by a variety of genes. A new study from Harvard Medical School published in the May 4 issue of Cell, however, identifies a "master regulator" of this regeneration process not only for skin, ...
Suntan Helps to Prevent the Cancerous Effects of Ultraviolet Rays
...e safe tan would be one produced by activating the skins
tanning process without running the risk of the DNA damage that occurs with exposure to UV light, either naturally from the sun or artificially at a tanning salon. The research is published in the July 2007 issue of the Harvard Health Letter....
Elderberry A Natural Boost to Skin
...stitute of Food Research, will explore whether the skins
condition is improved by a compound which gives be...erberries or placebo capsules, and will have their skins
structure and appearance measured with state-of-the-art equipment used by experts in skin science. A...
Pharaoh Hatshepsut Died in Pain Due to Cancer
...ould be responsible for the eruptions found on the skins
of Thutmose I, Hatshepsut's father, Thutmose II, her half-brother and husband, and Amenhotep II, Thutmose I's grandson, he said. According to Egyptologist Donald Ryan, who in 1989 rediscovered the KV60 tomb, where the mummy believed to be Hatshepsu...