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Occurrence 2016

Health and Safety

Document description

Collective expert documents or reports are based on the scientific expertise of the OIV experts, put together in relation to a specific theme, and represent the consensus reached by the scientists at a given point in time. Collective expert reports address important issues for the international vitivinicultural sector and are not necessarily intended to be proposed as resolutions. Most of these reports contain a summary and recommendations, and help to highlight the value of the scientific work of the expert groups and OIV sub-commissions. Collective expert reports are not subject to the step procedure for the review of resolutions and may not in any way be regarded as OIV resolutions adopted by the General Assembly.

Collective expertise

2017 

Title

Beneficial effects of non-alcoholic grape-derived products on human health

Year

2017

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2016 

Title

Drinking pattern of wine and effects on human health

Year

2016

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2012 

Title

Bioavailability of wine-derived phenolic compounds in humans

Year

2012

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2010 

Title

Up-to-date evidence of the effects of moderate wine consumption on oxidative damage in humans

Year

2010

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1999 

Title

Wine consumption: What risks? What benefits?

Year

1999

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1995 

Title

Scientific and technical notebook: Lead

Year

1995

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1994 

Title

Wine consumption and health - Intergovernmental FAO Group

Year

1994

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1998 

Title

Scientific and technical notebook: Wine and cardiovascular diseases

Year

1998

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