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Marlboro Has Been Throwing Crazy Parties Around the World to Get Teenagers to Smoke

By Augustine Reyes Chan - May 20, 2015

Marlboro, the world’s No. 1 selling cigarette brand since 1972, is under fire for allegedly targeting teens with parties. Marlboro … Continue reading

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This Scientist Says We’ve Been Pooping All Wrong — You Won’t Believe the Right Way

By Sebastian Dillon - May 18, 2015

It turns out that the number one way to go number two isn’t what we’ve been doing here in the civilized … Continue reading

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People Who Like Their Steaks Well Done May Suffer Serious Health Problems, Study Suggests

By Max Chang - May 18, 2015

Eating well-done steak may lead to a higher risk of diabetes and symptoms related to Alzheimer’s, according to a new study. The … Continue reading

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Something Horrible Happens to Your Stomach When You Eat Fast Food, Reveals Study

By Editorial Staff - May 10, 2015

gain In case you wanted even more reasons not to eat junk food, a British scientist has another great one … Continue reading

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Whole Foods is Launching a Cheaper Organic Chain That Millennials Can Actually Afford

By Augustine Reyes Chan - May 7, 2015

Face it. We love Whole Foods for its organic and natural foods but balk at its prices, which is why … Continue reading

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Nearly 70 Percent of Millennials Suffer ‘Digital Eye Strain:’ Here’s How to Prevent It

By Augustine Reyes Chan - May 6, 2015

A new study suggests that nearly 70% of millennials are affected by “digital eye strain,” which is the temporary physical … Continue reading

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Wendy’s Plans to Open in India With Beefless Burgers

By Anthony Orona - May 1, 2015

Among the great Indian dishes today are chicken tikka, vegetable paneer and … veggie burgers from Wendy’s? The American fast … Continue reading

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Here’s Why Chipotle’s Tortillas Are Getting More Expensive

By Max Chang - Apr 22, 2015

When it comes to Chipotle, there are only two facts we know to be constant in the universe: The guac … Continue reading

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Gwyneth Paltrow Tries to Live Poor For a Week, Fails Miserably

By Melinda Sherrill - Apr 17, 2015

Gwyneth Paltrow is notable for her advocation of eating a nutritionally balanced diet. When the Academy Academy Award-winning actress recently … Continue reading

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This Baseball Team Re-signs an Injured Pitcher Every Year Just to Give Him Health Insurance

By Augustine Reyes Chan - Apr 16, 2015

The San Diego Padres re-sign their second-round pick from the 1993 draft, pitcher Matt LaChappa, every season. LaChappa, who hasn’t … Continue reading