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Wine May Help Aching Muscles
MSN—According to research published in the journal Frontiers in Physiology, the muscles of monkeys given the antioxidant resveratrol are more resistant to fatigue. Resveratrol is found in many berries as well as in grapes, meaning it's present in red wines.
NPR—"It was certainly in the vocabulary of science forever, but they were not in the vocabulary in the hospital. And all of a sudden they are part of the vocabulary of the hospital. And the way they evaluate patients, the way they evaluate a kind of journey has changed.
The Independent—Researchers at Cardiff University in Wales say that particular germs trigger killer T-calls. These T-cells then destroy helpful, insulin-producing cells, leading to Type 1 -- often known as juvenile -- diabetes.
Berkeley Wellness—You should see your dentist twice a year for evaluation, cleaning, and polishing, or more often if you have a problem that needs more frequent attention. Here's how to optimize your tooth and gum health the rest of the time.
Berkeley Wellness—Sunflower seeds come from the center of the magnificent, daisy-like flower of the familiar North American sunflower plant. Named because its flowers resemble the sun, and because they twist on their stems to follow the sun throughout the day, this imposing plant can grow as tall as 10 feet.
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