Cranberries will play a supporting role in most of your holiday dinners.
Research from Worcester Polytechnic Institute highlights some of the health benefits of cranberries in an otherwise gluttonous feast.
Scientists say cranberries are able to alter E. coli bacteria so they don't lead to infections, like nasty stomach bugs and even tooth decay.
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