The Checkup: What Science Just Found Lurking in Your Red Wine

And more health headlines that caught our eye.



• It’s arsenic. In your wine, according to the results of a new study. [Newsmax]

• You should volunteer to do the dishes more often. (Seriously. It’s really good for your stress levels.) [Newser]

• It’s true: Salads can get boring — fast. If you’re desperate for some fresh inspo, check out these 25 salad ideas that pack a lot of flavor and texture for very few calories. [POPSUGAR Fitness]

• If you want to lose weight, you might consider doing away with all the high-tech trackers and apps, and try good old fashioned pen-and-paper journaling. Here’s how it worked wonders for one woman. [Women’s Health]

• I hate to break it to you, but your house smells. It’s not necessarily bad, but it’s distinctive. But the thing is, you have no idea, because you can’t smell your own house. Science explains why. [Mental Floss]

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