I still get the weekly staff newsletter email from Loughborough University (although I retired last year). In these emails, they like to highlight the latest research done at the University. This week's email included the headline:

New study finds people eat more the night before exercise

Well, who would have thought it? Stuffing yourself with pasta, flapjacks or whatever on the evening before the Wasdale Race: how unexpected! Although it turns out that rather than simply asking fell runners (or any other runners) what they ate the night before a race, they actually did a controlled experiment: https://www.lboro.ac.uk/internal/new...fore-exercise/

I also enjoyed the next headline in the email:

Ageing expert shares tips to supercharge your brain in new book

It turns out that they are not referring to the fact that the expert is getting older; rather that he is an expert on ageing.