Health, food studies prove to be contradictory

Posted at 4:59 PM, Dec 31, 2015
and last updated 2015-12-31 16:59:56-05

In 2015, we learned men like their workplaces to be colder than women.

People who use curse words are smarter and have less stress and kangaroos are left handed. Explains their handwriting.

Why do we need to know this stuff?

Nothing comes close to what we learned about three of my favorite things: chocolate, wine and coffee.

One study told us to drink away. Up to six cups of coffee a day can help you live longer. It also boosts your endurance at the gym.

Which you'll need, because a separate study says coffee makes you fat--and people who prefer black coffee are more prone to be psychos.

We learned people who feel stressed have a harder time resisting chocolate.

Good...considering another report praising the benefits chocolate can have on your heart. But only dark chocolate. Mostly.

Moderate drinking may help lower your risk of death if you have Alzheimer's disease and red wine was shown to help people with type two diabetes.

But watch out for drunk chimpanzees--a study revealed chimps love to get wasted off of tree sap that`s stronger than most beers.

After all of that drinking, you won`t be able to stand straight. Which is good, since we learned standing for too long is bad for you. Researchers encouraged people to sit more, relax on the couch.

But not too much--another study found binge watching your favorite TV shows could lead to depression.

Finally, if you're making New Year's resolutions for 2016, we learned you have a better chance of keeping them if they're specific.

Here's a very specific one: stop it with studies.