Last week's disturbing coffee story wasn't even cold when we got hit with a jolt of positive java news: four cups or more a day could be good for your liver. That actually applies to four cups of tea too. Good news for you Brits (and Anglophiles). Researchers from the Duke-NUS Graduate Medical Sch ... More >>
As the E3 Expo opened at the Convention Center this week, bringing geeks far and wide to see the latest in video games and gaming hardware, a new study says players have skills other than eating Cheetos and repelling real-life love interests. According to a summary of research from Duke University' ... More >>
It's the day of thanks, when we all gather 'round the table or picnic blanket and hope there's at least one person in the room we're thankful for having in our lives. Food is usually involved, as is wine and other alcoholic splendor, and with all the focus on baking the perfect pie and finding flatt ... More >>
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