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If you're sipping on your usual morning cup of coffee, here's an added perk to that java jolt: skin cancer prevention! According to a recently released study, drinking caffeinated coffee may help prent certain types of skin cancer.
Hot, hot, hot research news! If you're a fan of spicy foods that are seasoned with chili peppers, you'll get an added benefit to that hotness: help with sinus problems!
Although all fruits and veggies help to prevent disease, raw produce may specifically help reduce risk of heart disease.
Most of us like gingerbread cookies and ginger ale, but turns out ginger isn't just a good flavor in desserts and drinks. A new study shows that ginger may help reduce the risk of colon cancer.
Just in case you needed another reason to have the occassional piece of chocolate, here's the lastest reason why a little chocolate is actually part of a healthy diet. New research suggests that eating chocolate each week can help to lower the risk of str
Although everything's pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, when it comes to reducing your risk of breast cancer, there may be an even better color: red. Researchers recently found that red wine may help stop breast cancer cells from growing.
Another reason for you to enjoy that daily cup of Joe. Caffeinated coffee may be linked to preventing depression.
New study shows that vitamin B12 deficiency may shrink the brain. Find out what foods you need to eat to get this important vitamin.
New study shows healthy foods fuel the brain to better resist high-calorie foods.