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Examining the Health Benefits of Red Wine


Date: September 18th, 2016

How can red Wine be Good for You?

The biggest reason that red wine is said to be good for you is the antioxidants found in it. These antioxidants are known as polyphenols. Polyphenols help to protect your cells so that they can resist diseases like cancer and heart disease.
Red wine gets its polyphenols from the colored skins of the grapes used to make the wine. That is why red wine is said to have so many health benefits, while white wine does not have the same benefits.
Some of the benefits that have been associated with red wine are:

Sweatshirts for Children Creating Choking Risks


Date: September 17th, 2016

Voluntary Recall

The Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a statement reporting that Kroger had voluntarily recalled approximately 140,000 zippered sweatshirts that had fleece lining and came in children’s sizes because the shirts could pose a risk of choking to the wearer. The zippers on the shirts could become detached and create a choking hazard for the child wearing the sweatshirt.

Grief can make you Physically Ill


Date: September 16th, 2016

Loss of Companionship

Whenever one of our loved ones dies, it effects every aspect of our lives. We are impacted greater according to the closeness of the relationship we shared with the individual. Grieving spouses who were married for long periods of time often die within a few months of their spouse. They do not die of a long term illness, or an accident, but they die because the physical functions of their bodies were changed by the loss they experienced.

1 in every 6 College Students Misuse ADHD Meds


Date: September 15th, 2016


College students are under a great deal of pressure to get good grades, and when people who do not have hyper-activity disorders or attention deficit disorders take the medication prescribed for people with these disorders, they say that they have an increased amount of concentration.

Weekday Sleep Deprivation may increase Obesity Risk


Date: September 14th, 2016

Sleep Deprivation Consequences

Sleep deprivation is common for all adults. We miss sleep for social engagements, we miss sleep because of stress and worry, we miss sleep because of work, we miss sleep because of time changes, and illnesses. Most of the time people think that they will miss a little sleep during the week and make up that sleep on the weekend when they do not have work commitments.

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