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French paradox

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French paradox

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The present perfective paradox in French

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Review: Postcolonial Paradoxes in French Caribbean Writing: Césaire, Condé, Glissant

Too Paradoxical for Paradoxes: The Role of the Cynics in Two Mid-Sixteenth-Century French Texts, Charles Estienne's Paradoxes and Philibert de Vienne's Le Philosophe de Court

Bacchic Medicine. Wine and Alcohol Therapies from Napoleon to the French Paradox. Harry W Paul. Amsterdam, New York: Editions Rodopi, 2001, pp. 341, US$28, EUR 30 (PB) ISBN: 90 420 1111 4; US$75, EUR 80 (HB) ISBN: 90 420 1121 1.

Greening the Mainstream: Paradoxes of Antistatism and Anticonsumerism in the French Environmental Movement

Moderate alcohol consumption in social drinkers raises plasma homocysteine levels: a contradiction to the ‘French Paradox’?

Moderate alcohol consumption as a cardiovascular risk factor: the role of homocysteine and the need to re-explain the ‘French Paradox’

The paradox between the long-term decrease of egg mass size of the calanoid copepod Eurytemora affinis and its long-term constant abundance in a highly turbid estuary (Gironde estuary, France)

Harry W. Paul. Bacchic Medicine: Wine and Alcohol Therapies from Napoleon to the French Paradox. (Clio Medica, number 64.) New York: Editions Rodopi B.V. 2001. Pp. vii, 341. Cloth $75.00, paper $28.00

Scott, Malcolm. Chateaubriand: The Paradox of Change. Peter Lang. Bern, 2015. (Le Romantisme et après en France/Romanticism and after in France, volume 25). x + 262 pp. ISBN 978–3–0343–1845–7 (print). ISBN 978–3–0353–00669–9 (e-book)

 

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The observation that although consumption of saturated fatty acids in France is relatively high, the incidence of cardiovascular disease is lower than expected.

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