Coffee Reduces Risk of Some Diseases14. Coffee protects against diabetes. According to Frank Hu, MD, MPH, PhD, nutrition and epidemiology professor at the Harvard School of Public Health, studies have shown that people who drink six or seven cups of coffee have a 35% less chance of developing type 2 diabetes.
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Pas d’action, pas de musique, simplement les bruits de la vie de tous les jours dans ce monastre de la Grande Chartreuse. Un cadre exceptionnel au flanc de la montagne dans le Vercors. On devine que la vie doit tre rude sous ce climat. Ooops! Check Your Cooking Pot First!I actually have an antique bean pot that my mother used; it was her mother’s before her. I’ve used it myself in the past, but it suddenly occurred to me that as old as it is, the glaze used on the pot is undoubtedly a lead based glaze. Not wise to use such containers for food, now that we know these things that prior generations did not..
The World Bank, along with UNICEF and the United Nations Population Fund highlight in several of their reports the intergenerational benefits of women’s education. An educated mother is more likely, it is maintained, to attempt to ensure educational opportunities for her children. Indeed, the World Bank specifically notes that ” in many countries each additional year of formal education completed by a mother translates into her children remaining in school for an additional one third to one half year”.6.