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You might want to let that cool down a bit.

Drinking piping hot tea could nearly double your risk of esophageal cancer, according to a new study

Drinking about two large cups of tea at 60 degrees Celsius or higher was associated with a 90% higher risk of esophageal cancer.
Researchers have found that avocado seed extract could help reduce inflammation.

There are health benefits to avocados that go beyond good fats, according to a new study

Researchers have found that avocado seed extract could help reduce inflammation.

Federal emergency funds benefit richer, whiter communities, studies show

An analysis found that emergency funding has disproportionately benefited wealthier communities with higher rates of white, non-Hispanic residents.
Could drinks like Diet Coke actually help you lose fat?

There’s even more evidence that drinking diet soda is bad for you

A 12-year study assessed over 80,000 women aged between 50 and 79.

The reason so many people value money over time comes down to a common delusion you can expose with a simple question

We mistakenly assume we'll have more time in the near future than we do right now, which is one reason why we postpone unenjoyable commitments.

Scientists say winning the lottery does make people feel better about life — even though decades of evidence suggests otherwise

Lottery winners in Sweden are more satisfied with life than people who lost the lottery — even two decades later — according to scientific research.
James Bond is licensed to swill.

Public health researchers say James Bond is a ‘severe’ alcoholic with a chronic consumption problem

The researchers advised the secret agent to seek professional help and "find other strategies for managing on-the-job stress."
We don't think long-term.

Here’s why we’re all so bad at giving gifts people actually want

A study finds that present-givers focus too much on the recipient's short-term pleasure, instead of how they'll use the gift in the long term.
Mulled wine is a popular winter warmer.

The climate you live in could affect how much booze you drink, according to a new study

People who live in places with colder weather and fewer sunlight hours are more likely to drink more alcohol, researchers found.
You may burn more calories during the late afternoon.

What time of day your body may burn the most calories

According to a new scientific study, people may burn the most calories during the late afternoon. Here's why experts think that happens.