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What Food Makes People Feel the Romance? – Survey of the Day

Food and romance are two of life’s pleasure, so why not combine them? According Hotel.com’s Valentine’s Day-themed 2012 survey, the two foods most likely to set the mood for love are…

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5 Surprising Foods High in Sodium

Your body needs sodium to maintain normal blood pressure and function of muscles and nerves. But between salt-laden french fries and meats, Americans are consuming too much sodium, according to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report.

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Is Green Tea a Fountain of Youth?

Green tea contains certain antioxidant chemicals that may help ward off the body-cell damage that can lead to disease. Now a large study of Japanese adults suggests older people who regularly drink the beverage may stay more agile and independent than their peers over time.

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Yo-yo Dieting Won’t Shorten Your Life

For years, many doctors have believed that “yo-yo dieting” — or repeatedly gaining and losing weight — is so bad for us that it may even shorten our lives. But a new report says people who do it are at no higher risk of an early death than anyone else.

 

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Omega-3 Fatty Acids Could Reduce Risk of Heart Arrhythmia

If you’re concerned about your heart health, you might want to consider having fish for dinner. New research finds older adults with the highest blood levels of omega-3 fatty acids — most commonly found in fish — are less likely to later develop an irregular heartbeat than their peers with the lowest amounts.

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Study: Sugar is just as Harmful as Tobacco and Alcohol

Consuming excessive amounts of sugar is as harmful as tobacco or alcohol, according to a recent study conducted by the University of California, San Francisco.

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Study: Decaffeinated Coffee Improves Brain Metabolism

Do you drink decaffeinated coffee? If so, it may be strengthening your brain and preserving your memory.

A new study from Mount Sinai School of Medicine suggests that decaffeinated coffee improves brain energy metabolism associated with type 2 diabetes.

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Cold Cut Stadium Is What the Super Bowl is All About [IMAGE]

What’s the Super Bowl about, really? Unless you’re a supporter of one of the two teams participating (or have a very large wager on the game) even serious sports fans can get caught up in all the chili-baking, party-attending, big-screen-TV-buying hoopla surrounding this unofficial national holiday.

So that’s why this photo of a skillfully assembled cold cut football stadium probably says more about the Super Bowl and what it has become than any monosyllabic answer the media is going to finally coax out of Patriot coach Bill Belichick this week.

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Is Red Wine Really Good For Your Heart?

Despite previous reports, a recently released study finds a glass of red wine a day might not defend against heart disease.

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Researcher Find that Early Intervention Can Curb College Drinking

In an interest to curb drinking among college students, Penn State researchers have created a new scientific approach, involving early intervention, that they believe will help students avoid becoming heavy drinkers in the future.

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