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CNN breaks down what the science really says about carbs and our health.
Your coffee habit is good for you. Here's why.
A study shows improved cholesterol levels for people with Type 2 diabetes who drank red wine daily.
Wine may help with diabetes http://t.co/OvUsUVU9m3— NYT Health (@NYTHealth) October 14, 2015
A frosty mug-a-beer after a workout. Good idea? Let's take a look.
These veggies help preserve your eyesight as you grow older.
Spicy foods are healthy and may prolong your life. Here's the scoop.
Researchers find that eating organic food lowers levels of pesticides in children.
Eating Organic Lowers Pesticide Levels in Children http://t.co/foGux80LlR— NYTimes Well (@nytimeswell) October 8, 2015
The health benefits of drinking alcohol may not be the same across races and gender.
Check out this list of the best fruits and veggies for weight loss.
TIME Health looks at healthy foods that may not be sustainable.
Why some healthy foods are not sustainable http://t.co/dJqnb6eGzO— TIME Health (@TIMEHealth) October 9, 2015
Take The New York Times weekly health quiz.
The Weekly Health Quiz: Breast Feeding and IQ, Stair Climbing and Weight Loss http://t.co/Rwqgi6fBjj— NYTimes Well (@nytimeswell) October 2, 2015
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