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Does Alcohol in Red Wine Reduce the Risk of Heart Disease?

Studies have linked wine and improved cardiovascular health. But a recently released report questions whether it’s really the alcohol or the polyphenol in red wine that improves heart health.

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Do You Qualify As a Binge Drinker? — Survey of the Day

According to a survey involving about 450,000 adults, 17 percent of Americans are binge drinkers.

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Can You Chew Your Way to Thinness?

If you’ve had trouble losing weight in the past, take heart — someday soon, tamping down your appetite could be as simple as popping a stick of gum.

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Study: Changing the Color of Your Plate Can Help You Eat Less

Selecting the right size and color of the plates you eat on could help you eat less, according to a new study in the Journal of Consumer Research.

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Eating More Magnesium Could Lead to Fewer Strokes

Researchers have concluded that people who eat lots of greens and other foods rich in magnesium may have fewer strokes.

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Wine Researcher Accused of Falsifying Study

Have you been drinking wine to improve heart health? Well, your efforts may have been in vain. The author of a much publicized study, which linked resveratrol – an ingredient found in red wine – to cardiovascular health benefits, is being accused of falsifying his data.

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Receptors for Fatty Foods Found on the Tongue

Ever wonder why you can’t resist french fries or cake icing? It’s not because you lack willpower — your taste buds are to blame.

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Dispelling the ‘Low-Fat is Healthy’ Myth with Muffins

Low fat diets are no better for health than moderate or high-fat diets — and may even be worse for some, according to a new report from researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH).

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Eating Too Much Red Meat Could Raise Your Risk of Strokes

A diet high in protein may be healthy, but the type of protein you eat could determine your risk factors for having a stroke. New research indicates red meat raises those risks, while poultry lowers them.

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Study: Increase Dietary Fiber to Decrease Disease

Scientists in India suggest for improved health people should eat more dietary fibers.

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