Latest Health effects of wine Stories
American men often take time in proposing to their sweethearts and a new study from a team of American researchers has found that waiting until 25 years of age to get married can have a beneficial effect on male bone health.
Men who walked at a fast pace prior to a prostate cancer diagnosis had more regularly shaped blood vessels in their prostate tumors compared with men who walked slowly, providing a potential explanation for why exercise is linked to improved outcomes for men with prostate cancer.
People suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may turn to alcohol in order to cope with their condition, but a new study published in the Journal of Abnormal Psychology has found that heavy drinking can make symptoms of PTSD worse over time.
A new study published in the scientific journal Addiction by the Pan American Health Organization, a branch of the World Health Organization, has measured the number and pattern of deaths caused by alcohol consumption in 16 North and Latin American countries.
Researchers from Newcastle University have discovered that an antioxidant called Tiron provides complete protection against certain types of sun damage and could ultimately be beneficial in keeping skin looking younger for longer.
A new study showed that drinking a moderate amount of coffee does not lead to dehydration, despite popular belief to the contrary.
Following the December 6th San Jose Mercury News article entitled “Water Won’t Dilute Digestive Enzymes,” Hemorrhoid Treatment Group encouraged readers to consider the benefits of traditional
Recent data shows that more than 500,000 women in the U.S. report drinking during pregnancy, with about 20 percent of this population admitting to binge drinking.
The new “Tips For Pairing Wine And Food” article created by Mai Hoang on the website Vkool.com gives people basic rules for great wine and food pairings. Seattle,
Don’t feel guilty if you choose to indulge in a glass of wine or two this holiday season: according to new research appearing Tuesday in the journal Vaccine, you could be strengthening your immune system and helping your body fight off infections.
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