These days, keeping up with the news seems like the worst thing for your health. Ironically, you might wind up missing out on important health-related stories, because scientists are always learning startling new things. Since we don't want you to miss anything important, we've decided to collect all the latest science bombs about what's good and bad for you this week and turn them into tasty, easy-to-digest memes.

CRACKED.COM VACATIONS CAN BE VERY NASTY. Even the most paradisiacal beach can be a minefield of dreadful bugs, from bacteria that cause gastroenteriti

CRACKEDcO COM Is coffee GOOD BAD or for you? A giant study concluded that... well, it's OK, really. A British study followed about half a million peop

SCIENTISTS NOW BELIEVE THAT TWO COMMON TYPES OF HERPES VIRUS CAN ACCELERATE ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE. Although their study is not conclusive, they hope the

Salmonella Cereal, Super STDs, & Other Breaking Health News

A RECENT STUDY SUGGESTS THAT MEN SHOULD EAT MORE NUTS TO IMPROVE THE CONTENTS OF THEIR NUTS. Experts believe the abundance of fatty acids, antioxida

A WOMAN'S TOENAILS FELL OFF AFTER GETTING A FISH PEDICURE. The procedure involves soaking one's feet in a tub of water filled with Garra rufa, a typ

POLLUTION CAN INCREASE YOUR RISK OF DIABETES. New research by Washington University in St. Louis has found a link between air pollution and diabetes,

Salmonella Cereal, Super STDs, & Other Breaking Health News

IN AN EFFORT TO COMBAT POSSIBLE BIO-TERRORISM OR A LABORATORY ACCIDENT, THE FDA ALS HAS APPROVED THE FIRST-EVER DRUG INTENDED TO TREAT SMALLPOX WHICH

BEING SKINNY FAT MAY BE JUST AS UNHEALTHY AS BEING OBESE. Evidence shows that people who fit into the target range for BMI, but still have a dispropor

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