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Superfoods have all sorts of health benefits, but it’s not always clear which are true. Are oysters actually an aphrodisiac? Does fish oil really make you smarter? Check out our list of surprising superfood truths and myths.

Time to stock up on olives and merlot! The latest findings prove that the Mediterranean diet may boost happiness and health.

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Another year, another of crop of super important health studies. We’ve rounded 'em up and broken 'em down.
Would you like some crudités with that moon cheese? NASA’s working on a new project to grow fresh veggies on the moon.
The world’s first cultured burger patty has made its debut, fresh from the Petri dish. Read on for the 411 on this new nutritional development.
Pants feeling a bit tight? It might not be those cookies you ate. A new study suggests it may be your KLF3 protein levels. Say what? Read on to see how researchers found a link between skinny jeans and skinny genes.

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Another year, another of crop of super important health studies. We’ve rounded 'em up and broken 'em down.

Time to stock up on olives and merlot! The latest findings prove that the Mediterranean diet may boost happiness and health.

Superfoods have all sorts of health benefits, but it’s not always clear which are true. Are oysters actually an aphrodisiac? Does fish oil really make you smarter? Check out our list of surprising superfood truths and myths.

Greatist's David Tao takes a look at the disconnect between research and health and fitness media — and suggests how we can start to bridge the divide.

Snacking on super-healthy spinach is great for health, but this dark leafy green is especially susceptible to contamination by bacteria like E. coli. Last week, a University of Illinois professor invented a new, much more effective way of cleaning spinach.

Want to make a better, tastier cup of hot chocolate? Just... put it in a different cup? We examine a new study that links color to taste.

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