A recent study says that moderate wine drinking is good for our brain.
A substance called resveratrol found in red wine and other fruits may protect the body’s neurons from the unwanted effects of aging.
Almost nine in 10 people are not aware that drinking red wine can increase a person’s chances of getting cancer, a new poll suggests.
A new small study found that resveratrol can hinder the benefits of physical activity.
A natural compound found in red wine and grapes, resveratrol, can boost spinal bone density in men with metabolic syndrome, a new study found.
Need a reason to have another glass of Merlot? New research from Germany reveals that drinking red wine significantly boosts memory.
Here is another good reason to have a glass of red wine with dinner: A new study has found that red wine and grape seed extract have the potential to prevent cavities.
A new study found no link between consuming foods with resveratrol and the reduced risks of death, heart disease and cancer.
Resveratrol, a compound found in red grapes and wine, may help treat cancer.
Resveratrol, a polyphenol compound in red wine, has been touted as a beneficial supplement for its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Previous studies revealed that it can help prevent disease, lower blood sugar and lower inflammation. However, a new study reveals that resveratrol may actually worsen multiple sclerosis-like neuropathology and inflammation.
Researchers found that the size of the wine glass affects how much wine people pour out.
In a small study, Danish researchers found that antioxidant, resveratrol, blocked the benefits of cardiovascular exercise in older men.
A new study reveals that drinking one to three glasses of champagne a week may counteract the memory loss associated with aging, and could help stall the onset of degenerative brain disorders like dementia.
Even if allergy medication has no effect on you, there are many ways to minimize allergy symptoms.
Researchers found no health benefits from resveratrol, an active compound found in red wine, in obese men.
They may not be scientifically based, but the need for a solution outside of pharmaceuticals may encourage you to consider such options. When traditional medicine is not quite doing the trick, thinking outside the box and trying one of these options may bring surprising results.