So say the makers of oatmeal and orange juice in their marginally legitimate study.
Christopher Wanjek is the author of the health books "Bad Medicine" and "Food At Work" and the novel "Hey, Einstein!" a comical nature-versus-nurture tale about raising clones of Albert Einstein in less-than-ideal settings. His column, Bad Medicine, appears regularly on LiveScience.
Vitamin pills don't ward off cancer and heart disease, and in some cases they make things much worse.
If living healthier and longer is not enough of an incentive, consider better sex as one more advantage to diet and exercise.
Americans are spending $23 billion a year on them, and the National Institutes of Health thinks that might be about $22.99 billion too much.
Hayden Penn had his appendix removed because, as we all know, the appendix serves no purpose ... right?
If smart brains are biologically different from dumb brains, does that mean that genetics and therefore race determine intelligence?
Two very big and very expensive health studies had a "cheesesteak does your body good" feel to them.