Climate change jeopardizes your morning tea

Tea plants around the world are getting too much rain, says Eater. The excessive precipitation is lowering the number of secondary metabolites they produce—the chemicals responsible for caffeine, antioxidants and flavor .

Watermelon, the most unnatural fruit in the world

The watermelon, a part of summer cookouts and picnics, once was a bitter little fruit about two inches in diameter, writes Rebecca Rupp in a National Geographic blog post.

Antioxidant in chocolate may improve memory skills

A small-scale study showed "an antioxidant in chocolate appears to improve some memory skills that people lose with age," says the New York Times.