(CBS) Fat guys do it better.
That's what researchers say, anyway.
They've just completed a year-long study that indicates that overweight men last longer in bed, while thinner men are more prone to premature ejaculation.
(CBS/AP) Green tea is good for you, right?
Like grapes and dark chocolate, it's full of antioxidants, which eat up DNA-damaging free radicals like Pac-Man eats up pellets.
But the FDA says the makers of Lipton Green Tea and Canada Dry Sparkling Green Tea Ginger Ale have gone too far by making unsubstantiated nutritional claims.Continue »
The diminutive woman 43-year-old, who stands at 5 feet and weights only 105 pounds - devoured 4.86 pounds of chicken, besting favored pro-eater Joey Chestnut. Chestnut, who stands 6'2" and weighs in at 230 pounds, came in second after eating 169 chicken wings, or 4.55 pounds of chicken.Continue »
(CBS) If you grew up in the era of Nancy Reagan's "Just Say No," you are likely familiar with the idea that marijuana is a "gateway drug," and that smoking it leads young people to use "hard" drugs like cocaine and heroin.
Now, a new study says that message is half-baked.Continue »
(CBS) Pregnant Christina Applegate, 38, told late-night TV host George Lopez that she scarfed down red velvet cupcakes and fried cheese soon before going on air last week.
Applegate, most famous for her role as the pretty-but-ditzy working-class daughter in the long-running sitcom "Married With Children," appeared healthy and vibrant, but doctors warn that pregnant women shouldn't follow her lead.Continue »
(CBS) It's official, Facebook is becoming uncool.
Blame well-meaning parents who leave innocent but humiliating messages on their teen's walls and over-share about family life.
Some therapists think parents who "befriend" their kids on the popular social networking site may be overstepping their boundaries.
Angela Wilder, an L.A.-based clinical psychologist, says she joined Facebook for networking purposes, yet she is not "friends" with either of her two daughters, ages 20 and 18.Continue »
(CBS) Can you handle the truth - about the calorie content of the restaurant meals you eat?
You're about to find out, thanks to new FDA guidelines that call for restaurants to post nutritional information about menu items in a "clear and conspicuous manner."
(CBS/AP) A 603-pound woman waved gently to her neighbors as she was lowered from her Bangkok apartment by forklift Thursday.
It was the first time Umnuayporn Tongprapai,40, believed to be the heaviest person in Thailand, had left her apartment in three years.Continue »
(CBS) The so-called Mediterranean diet may join the Great Pyramid of Giza, Argentina's tango, Cambodia's Angkor Wat and Croatian lacemaking if UN officials vote it onto the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) world heritage list. The vote comes in November.
"It is a bit strange putting a diet on the list, and the first time they would do it, but it makes perfect sense," Rolando Manfredini of the Italian farmers' lobby group told The Guardian. Not only is this culture, but it also makes you live longer and better."Continue »