1. What's the matter? 2. What's wrong? 3. Are you all right? 4. You look a bit down. (= a little sad) 5. Is there anything I can do to help? 6. Cheer up! / Chin up! 7. It's not so bad. 8. Everything will be OK. 9. Look on the bright side. (= consider the positive aspects) 10. It's not the end of the world. (this phrase is used when someone is upset about something small and trivial)
A British study revealed that broccoli contains a compound called sulfophane which may help fight osteoarthritis3 sulforaphane can block cartilage destroying enzymes by intercepting a molecule that causes inflammation. Broccoli leaves (green tops) are an excellent source of carotenoids and vitamin A; (provide 16000 IU of vitamin A per 100 g) contain these compounds, several times greater than that in their flower heads.