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You'll never guess what the top Super Bowl snack food is (VIDEO)

Many parties will have chicken wings and pizza. But NPD Group, an independent market research firm that tracks Americans' eating habits, says this surprising choice tops the list of most popular foods eaten on Super Bowl Sunday. Read More

This is what binge-watching TV shows may say about your personality

Do you hunker down every weekend and binge-watch something on Netflix? This behavior is not uncommon, but a new study reveals it could be a sign of a bigger problem. Read More

TODAY'S LIST: Three tricks to eat less during the Super Bowl

Other than Thanksgiving, Americans eat more on Super Bowl Sunday than any other day of the year. A recent study found the average person consumes 2,400 calories during the game - on the high end of what most of us should get in an entire day. Read More

Scientists make breakthrough in treating peanut allergies

In a study of 30 children, around 80 percent had no allergic reaction to peanuts after they were given a daily combination of peanut protein and a probiotic in increasing amounts over an 18-month period. Read More

Here's why you shouldn't try to quit smoking cold turkey

While smoking is obviously harmful to your health, it also increases brain activity. And when you suddenly stop, there is up to a 17% decrease in oxygen and blood flow to the brain within 12 hours. Read More

Here's a better studying strategy than pulling an all-nighter

Parents, the next time your kid wants to pull an all-nighter to prepare for a test, tell them this. Read More

Sugary sodas can trigger early puberty in girls

Researchers found that those who drank more than 1.5 servings of sugary drinks a day had their first period almost three months earlier than those who drank two or fewer of these drinks a week. Read More

Study: Student loans taking emotional toll on young adults

Researchers at adults ages 25 to 31 found that those with higher student loan debt had higher levels of depression. And it didn't matter whether their parents are rich or not. Read More

High cholesterol in your 30s or 40s? Attack the problem now

The study concluded that for every 10 years a person has borderline-elevated cholesterol between the ages of 35 and 55, their risk of heart disease increases by nearly 40 percent. Read More

Trend: More women getting baby fever at age 40+

Statistics show that since 2000 the birth rate for women in their early 40s has risen steadily by two percent per year, save for a one percent dip in 2013. Read More

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