Why Eating Fish Might Lower Your Odds of Depression: "People who eat a lot of fish may have a lower risk of depression, according to new research. A review of 26 studies that was published in the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health showed that men who regularly ate fish had a 20 percent lower risk and fish-eating women had a 16 percent lower risk of depression, compared with those who ate less fish and no fish at all."
The Secret to Long Life Is Eating This Type of Food
More good news on the tasty-food-is-healthy-food front! A seven-year study, published in the BMJ this week, suggests a link between consuming spicy foods often and longevity, as well as lower rates of ischemic heart disease, respiratory diseases, diabetes, and cancer.
Japanese women lead planet again with average life span of 86.83 years: "Japanese women extended their average life expectancy to a record 86.83 years in 2014 to lead the world for the third straight year, a health ministry report showed July 30. The figure for Japanese men was 80.50 years, rising one notch to third place in the world."