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Use this tag for claims regarding the way we eat, and the effects eating has on our bodies.

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This article, as well as folk wisdom, suggests buying "female" watermelons since they are sweeter and have less seeds. "Female" species are said to have a larger black spot on the side opposite to th …
asked Oct 2 '12 by Quassnoi
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This page, as well as many others, says: Like other palatable sweet foods, consumption of chocolate triggers the release of endorphins, the body's endogenous opiates. Enhanced endorphin-release re …
asked Oct 28 '11 by Quassnoi
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There is a popular belief in Russia that mixing boiled and unboiled water (say, adding cold unboiled water to a cup of tea to cool it) can be dangerous for one's health, even if it is safe to drink bo …
asked Oct 16 '11 by Quassnoi