RALEIGH, N.C. - Teenagers who watched pro wrestling on TV were more likely to behave violently than other children, researchers reported, and girls seemed to be even more influenced than boys.
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LONDON -- Scientists already have suggested that eating chocolate may make you happy. Now they say men who indulge in chocolates may live longer. A study of 7,841 Harvard male graduates found that chocolate and candy eaters -- regardless of how voracious their appetite for goodies -- live almost a year longer than those who abstain.
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands (AP) - Coffee drinkers beware: There may be grounds for concern brewing in the bottom of your cup of java. Unfiltered brews such as French press, espresso and Turkish coffee have higher amounts of a substance known as cafestol, and people who regularly drank unfiltered coffee experienced an increase in their cholesterol levels, a small Dutch study has found.
CHICAGO -- Eating lots of nuts or peanut butter may help ward off diabetes, a study of more than 83,000 nurses suggests.