Health News Roundup: Eat Cake for Breakfast, Save Your Hollywood Smile, and More

Health News Roundup: Eat Cake for Breakfast, Save Your Hollywood Smile, and More
A glimpse of Sofia Vergara's mega-watt teeth (Getty)Good news! According to Prevention magazine—and despite the abundance of articles concluding it's an inevitable fact of life—you can get rid of cellulite. The bad news? You have to work your butt off. Literally. [Prevention]

The mag also did a health face-off between coffee and tea. SPOILER ALERT: Coffee wins. But maybe not when it's 50 percent cream and sugar. Sigh. [Prevention]

So you know all those ridiculous fads like eating only Kit Kats to lose weight? Well, Shape just shared some equally bizarre tricks that actually work. They include drinking oil after meals and having cake for breakfast. Us skeptics will stick to oatmeal, but we like where this research is headed. [Shape]

We already knew about aspirin's positive anti-inflammatory effects, but according to CNN health reports, scientists now believe the drug can actually reduce the risk of melanoma AKA the most dangerous form of skin cancer. The assistant professor of dermatology at Stanford University said aspirin "seems to specifically promote tumor cell death in certain cells." More research to come, but in the mean time, hooray for pale gals! [CNN]

In case the worry of gaining some extra poundage keeps you smoking, WebMD revealed the benefits of quitting still outweigh (no pun intended) those risks. Regardless of any gain, you'll cut your chance of heart disease and stroke in half. [WebMD]

On a lighter note, if you'd like a Hollywood smile a la Sofia Vergara or Charlize Theron, then HuffPo suggests you should probably not load up on dried apricots. Or sugary anything. Oh, and about that coffee thing we mentioned earlier... [Huffpo]

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