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Eating Comfort Foods May Not Be So Comforting After All

October 07, 2014 3:04 PM ET
Feeling blue? That may not be a great excuse to tuck into some mac and cheese.

Feeling blue? That may not be a great excuse to tuck into some mac and cheese.


For many of us, chicken soup can soothe the soul and mac and cheese can erase a bad day. We eat chocolate when we feel gloomy, or when we've been in the presence of a Dementor. And we eat chocolate ice cream to help us get over a bad breakup. Read more...


Red Bull Is Just Soda

After a class-action settlement over false advertising, everyone gets $10.

A deluge of energy-drink consumers has crashed the site where anyone can claim $10—or, if they prefer, $15 worth of Red Bull. (That should be an ocean of Red Bull, or a negative amount of Red Bull, but the company is paying out according to "market price.") The offer is the result of a large class-action settlement, and it applies only to people who have purchased Red Bull in the last 12 years. But no proof of purchase is necessary. Read more...

The Truth About Home Cooking

The Truth About Home Cooking from

Just two generations ago, preparing meals was as much a part of life as eating. Now we’ve given up what is perhaps our best excuse to get together and spend time with the people we love—mealtime—and someone else stands at the stove. We’re either watching cooks on TV like we would a spectator sport or grabbing grub, bagged, and eating it alone and on the go.

Read the rest of this article in the October 20, 2014 issue of TIME.