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Resveratrol-a compound found in red wine, peanuts and some berries-could help prevent Alzheimer's disease and dementia, a new study has found
Two good pieces of news about drinking red wine this week: apparently the resveratrol compound in the wine protects against memory loss as we get older, and another compound in the wine-ellagic acid-helps overweight people burn fat
You could be fooling yourself about your drinking habits, even if you think you're staying within the 'safe drinking' guidelines of one of two glasses of wine a day-and there are three questions you can ask yourself in order to find out
As we've always said, it's not necessarily old age