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    American Chemical Society meeting highlights

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    March 29

    Cap or cork, it’s the wine that matters most

    SAN FRANCISCO — Don’t judge a wine by its cover. In a survey of the chemistry and flavor of pinot noir and chardonnay, consumers couldn’t discern wines capped with natural corks from screw caps, scientists reported March 25 at the spring meeting of the American Chemical Society. The results suggest that the...

    04/07/2010 - 16:35 Chemistry
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    Walnuts slow prostate cancer growth

    SAN FRANCISCO A new study suggests that mice with prostate tumors should say “nuts to cancer.” Paul Davis of the University of California, Davis, hopes follow-up data by his team and others will one day justify men saying the same.

    For years, this nutritionist had been studying heart benefits of walnuts. Most nuts – in sensible quantities – can benefit the heart. But among...

    03/27/2010 - 22:02 Nutrition, Chemistry, Numbers, Biomedicine, Humans & Society