News worth toasting to: Red wine, dark chocolate can benefit Alzheimer's patients

A compound found in grape skins and red wine called resveratrol is thought to impact Alzheimer's disease biomarker.

Red wine research in dogs can help treat humans

Researchers have discovered that a compound found commonly in grape skins and red wine affects the immune systems of dogs in different ways.

Small doses of red grape chemical `Resveratrol` may avert bowel cancer

Scientist have found that a chemical found in red grapes, Resveratrol, may help prevent bowel cancer, and is more effective if given in smaller doses.

Depressed? Go for red grapes and wine

A new study has found that red grapes and wine can help ease depression.

Eating grapes, berries daily can prevent weight gain

Eating berries, grapes and other fruits daily can convert excess white fat into calorie-burning "beige" fat to prevent weight gain, scientists have found.

How red wine keeps you stress free revealed

A new study has revealed that  resveratrol, the red-wine ingredient powerfully activates an evolutionarily ancient stress response in human cells.

How red wine helps keep heart diseases at bay

Natural substance found in red wine, resveratrol, inhibits the formation of inflammatory factors that generates cardiovascular diseases.

Secrets of red wine's success against cancer revealed

In a new study, scientists have explained how the resveratrol found in red wine helps in preventing head and neck cancer.

A glass of red wine worth an hour of exercise

 According to a research, a glass of red wine could provide one with the same benefits an hour's exercise would give.

Drink red wine to boost spinal bone density

A new research has revealed that a natural compound found in red wine and grapes, resveratrol, helps in boosting spinal bone density in men with metabolic syndrome.

Red wine may be harmful for pregnant women

A new study has claimed that red wine may not be good women who are expecting as its "healthy" ingredient could actually harm the unborn child's pancreas.

Clue for deadly brain disease found in worms

In a first, researchers have replicated a rare but deadly human brain disease in nematode worms and successfully treated it with a drug called resveratrol, suggesting a cure could be found for humans.

Pregnant women`s wine intake could cause pancreatic problems in yet-to-be born kids

A study has warned against use of Resveratrol supplements, which is a plant compound found in the skin of red grapes and in peanuts and berries, among other plants by pregnant women.

Red wine ingredient no magic pill for health: Study

US researchers may have found a flaw with the "French Paradox," or the notion that people who drink red wine can somehow avoid the pitfalls of a high-fat diet.

Why red wine is beneficial for health

Researchers now identified one of the molecular pathways that resveratrol - component of grapes and red wine - uses to reduce "bad cholesterol," heart disease and some types of cancer.

How dark chocolate and red wine are good for your heart

A new study has revealed red wine and dark chocolate not only taste great, but also have heart-healthy components.

Natural compound found in grapes could minimize adverse effects of meth

A new study has suggested that resveratrol, a natural compound found in grapes, may also block the effects of the highly addictive drug, methamphetamine.

Red wine compound may help prevent Alzheimer`s

Researchers including an Indian-origin scientist have discovered a link between ApoE4 and SirT1, an "anti-aging protein" targeted by resveratrol, present in red wine.

Soon, `wine pill` to cure cancers

A new study shows that resveratrol, a compound found in grape skins and red wine, can make certain tumor cells more susceptible to radiation treatment, which could pave way for the creation of a wonder pill to kill cancerous cells.

Red wine compound may help treat common heart condition

Resveratrol - a compound found in red wine and nuts - can be used to develop new drugs to treat a common heart condition, scientists have found.