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a canton of switzerland (its german name).

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the canton of argoviathe canton of aargauargovia

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  • this brings me to the newest study regarding dark chocolate that i found very interesting. when we are stressed our body signals out chemicals that raise our blood pressure and help us fight the stressor. these chemicals or hormones are stored in the brain (pituitary gland), the adrenal glands, and other parts of the nervous system. a rececent study looked at how the body responded to stress by measuring these chemicals (cortisol, epinephrine, adrenocorticotropic hormone [acth], and norepinephrine) in 31 men consuming dark chocolate (“noir 72 percent”; chocolat frey ag, buchs/aargau, switzerland) versus 34 men that received a placebo chocolate that did not contain flavanols. the men then underwent a significant stress. everydayhealth.com

  • bern was founded, according to tradition, in 1191 by berchtold v of zähringen as a military post. it was made (1218) a free imperial city by emperor frederick ii when berchtold died without an heir. bern grew in power and population and in 1353 joined the swiss confederation, of which it became the leading member. its conquests included aargau (1415) and vaud (1536), besides numerous smaller territories. the area was governed until 1798 by an autocratic urban aristocracy. bern accepted the reformation in 1528. when switzerland was invaded (1798) by the french during the french revolutionary wars, bern was occupied, its treasury pillaged, and its territories dismembered. at the congress of vienna (1815), bern failed to recover vaud and aargau, but received the bernese jura (the former bishopric of basel). a liberal constitution was adopted in 1831, and in 1848 bern became the capital of the swiss confederation. factmonster.com

  • bern was founded, according to tradition, in 1191 by berchtold v of zähringen as a military post. it was made (1218) a free imperial city by emperor frederick ii when berchtold died without an heir. bern grew in power and population and in 1353 joined the swiss confederation, of which it became the leading member. its conquests included aargau (1415) and vaud (1536), besides numerous smaller territories. the area was governed until 1798 by an autocratic urban aristocracy. bern accepted the reformation in 1528. when switzerland was invaded (1798) by the french during the french revolutionary wars, bern was occupied, its treasury pillaged, and its territories dismembered. at the congress of vienna (1815), bern failed to recover vaud and aargau, but received the bernese jura (the former bishopric of basel). a liberal constitution was adopted in 1831, and in 1848 bern became the capital of the swiss confederation. infoplease.com