Why Super-Spicy Chili Peppers Can Slash Your Risk of Death

<!--><!--> <!--><!--> ShutterstockGood news for those who like things spicy: A study in PLOS ONE found that subjects who regularly ate hot red chili peppers reduced their risk of an early death by 13% compared with those who preferred milder cuisine. Researchers speculate the main ingredient, capsaicin, could have a positive effect on gut bacteria or...

Cook at Home to Save Money and Eat Healthier

<!--><!--> <!--><!--> Liam Norris / GettyRecent research from the University of Washington confirms that the more you prepare food at home, the healthier you’ll eat and you’ll even save a few bucks along the way. The study showed that those who ate a majority of home-cooked meals saved as much as $133 a month on food...