Every so often a red wine and cancer research item emerges. These center on the chemical resveratrol, which is found in grape skins. A new article looks at the mechanisms at play. However, it could well be another false dawn.
In recent years, Intel has made many leaps forward in the area of efficient computing. Working on several different angles from the fourth generation Haswell processors to a more mobile Intel Atom processor, Intel has amazed us again.
New research indicates that a chemical found in red wine, grapes and other fruit may be able to block the cellular processes that allow fat cells to develop. The compound could have the potential to be turned into an anti-obesity drug.
Lidia Bastianich is not just the host of a wildly popular TV show on Italian cooking but also joins a long line of celebrity chefs who have launched their own restaurants, pasta sauce and pasta. Bastianich recently spoke about her brand in Toronto.
Before the dawn of civilization, a wine culture emerged in what is now Georgia. East of Europe, west of Asia, directly on the Silk Road, that culture spread to Europe and the New World. Georgian red wines are now poised to attract world-wide attention.
Although still a scientific theory proven effective in laboratory mice, a compound found in some red wines has been linked to increasing life-span by up to 30-percent and drug companies are looking at clinical trials of the life-expanding drugs soon.