Scientists found that eating hot food – mainly fresh and dried chili peppers – once or twice a week resulted in a 10 percent reduced overall risk of death, according to a new study.
Scientists found that eating hot food – mainly fresh and dried chili peppers – once or twice a week resulted in a 10 percent reduced overall risk of death, according to a new study. TED ANTHONY AP file photo
Scientists found that eating hot food – mainly fresh and dried chili peppers – once or twice a week resulted in a 10 percent reduced overall risk of death, according to a new study. TED ANTHONY AP file photo

From spicy foods to more sex, here’s what research says can help you live longer

August 10, 2015 09:46 AM