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Can Eating Food Past Its Sell-By Date Really Shorten Your Lifespan?

A 2013 article in Business Insider suggests a food's "sell by" date "doesn't mean much terms of sizing up a food's safety. But a new study out of Harvard University suggests that while safety may not be a concern, per se, the cellular stress caused by eating aged food can cause you to...


8 Heart-Healthy Reasons to Cheers on National Drink Wine Day

Resveratrol, the potent antioxidant substance found in red wine, has remarkable health benefits. So we’re pouring out 8 reasons why you should raise a glass and celebrate. Cheers!


Love Spicy Things? Chili Peppers May Increase Longevity

Spicy food is good for you. Earlier studies have associated chili pepper with a range of health benefits, and a new study provides evidence that it may even help extend your life.


Does a High Fat Diet Increase Spread of Cancer?

According to research, unhealthy fats may cause cancer cells to multiply at an accelerated rate. But it's important to know which types of fat to avoid.


8 Reasons to Enjoy a Hot Cup of Oolong Tea

Here are eight reasons you could benefit from drinking oolong tea.


High Fiber May be Key to Longevity

In an effort to cut through the noise, researchers set out to see if there was a simple dietary answer to our desire to age more healthfully and extend longevity.1 And given that previous research has shown that the simple act of adding adequate fiber to your diet can lower your risk of serious...


Diet High in Oily Fish Slashes Risk of Death from Cancer

A new study shows that eating oily fish might slash the risk of death from bowel cancer and suggests consuming a few mere mouthfuls per day can make a difference.


Why Everyone Should Eat Broccoli 3 Times a Week

Scientists are working on a way to increase the content of beneficial compounds found in broccoli, a superfood, already valuable for its many nutritional properties.


The Vegetable Oils to Avoid at All Costs

A recent study published in the British Medical Journal reveals that vegetable oils may produce larger amounts of aldehyde, a toxin linked to increased cancer and heart disease risk, than expected.


The Truth About the Latest Research Linking Cell Phone Radiation and Cancer

The debate as to whether or not cell phones cause cancer has been running for many years now, and new evidence suggests another reason for caution.