The next time you make dinner, throw some red, hot chili peppers into the dish. New research links them with improved longevity. For this new study, researchers at the University of Vermont analyzed dietary and lifestyle data on a cohort of more than 16,000 people and followed them for up to 23 years. Overall, they …
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