Not every health headline is an announcement of a life-altering new medical procedure, a science-heavy disease explanation or a love letter to kale.
Sometimes, health headlines are worth jumping for joy -- Chocolate Linked To Lower BMI! -- or are laughably obvious -- Healthy Lifestyle Makes Women Less Likely To Die Suddenly. Every once in a while, a headline comes along that makes us go, "Wait... what?!" Every week, we'll be collecting our favorite tweets about the "Huh?" headline of the week.
This week, the winner comes from a study published in the journal PLoS ONE, titled "The Impact of Psychological Stress on Men's Judgements of Female Body Size."The journal tweeted the headline, sticking closely to the study's findings:
Stressed men rate heavier women as more attractive than non-stressed men do ow.ly/cPWVj
— PLOS ONE (@PLOSONE) August 8, 2012
But other tweets had more fun. Check out the many different opinions on the study in the slideshow below.