Round 'em up! Here are this week's top stories in healthy eating and food science issues.

Also, there will be a quiz.

All those health claims about pomegranates,

do the health results match the hype?

Is organic worth the higher price? A new study points to real

advantages that may outweigh the cost.

Don't forget to eat your Valentine's Day (dark)

chocolate. It's good for you!

How much calcium do women really need for healthy bones?

Harvard Health takes a look.

Good news. Teens are making

healthier food choices these days.

As you cut back on sugar,

should you also cut back on sweet fruits? The NYT has the answer.

A recent study links eating seafood (but not fish oil supplements) with a

reduced risk of dementia in certain people.

Watch out, your brain is totally

sabotaging your best intentions.

Take The New York Timesweekly health quiz.

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