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Broccoli Coffee Is the Latest Way to Drink Your Vegetables

Scientists in Australia have figured out an exciting new way to help up your vegetable intake. Now you can add an extra serving of broccoli to your diet just by

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New Research Suggests Green Tea May Help Reduce Risk of Heart Attacks

New research suggests that a substance found in green tea could help reduce the risk of heart attacks. A recent study found that a molecule in the tea called epigallocatechin

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Would You Drink Beer Made From Sewage Water?

Anyone who imbibed in college has had their share of crappy beer, much of which is semi-affectionately referred to as “piss water”—but at least Natural Ice, Hamm’s, and Keystone are

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A.1. Sauce Candles Are the Father’s Day Gift Your Dad Never Asked For

We’ve seen our fair share of food-scented candles on the market. Fruit scents are classic candle staples, but beyond that Bath & Body Works even has an entire line of

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If You Don’t Like Cheese, You’ll Want to Hear About This Crazy McDonald’s Lawsuit

Sometimes restaurants charge more for customized orders. This practice seems fine, especially if you’re asking for additional sides or fancy substitutions. But what if you’re asking for an ingredient to

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Burger King Celebrates National Doughnut Day in the Dumbest Way Possible

The first Friday in June is one of summer’s most glorious food holidays—National Doughnut Day! Naturally chains like Dunkin’ Donuts, Krispy Kreme, and Tim Horton’s get in on the action,

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Can Chewing Gum While Walking Help You Burn Calories?

Good news for super-coordinated people everywhere. A new study claims that chewing gum while exercising increases heart rate in both men and women, and even burns a higher amount calories

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Mussels Near Seattle Test Positive for Opioids

The human toll of opioid addiction has long been documented, as communities across the country grapple with the epidemic. Shockingly, there’s now evidence that the drug is also impacting the environment, marine

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Here’s How Restaurant Noise May Influence What You Order

Everybody knows sound can have a big impact on your dining experience. A crowded, noisy dive bar has a way different vibe than a quiet, upscale steakhouse. But can the

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Can You Milk a Cockroach?

There are a lot of milk alternatives on the market. Oat, soy, and almond milk are pretty commonplace now, but what if there’s one alternative that we haven’t thoroughly explored—cockroach

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Scratch-and-Sniff Ice Pop Postage Stamps Are Pretty Sweet

To many, stamps—as in the little squares of paper you affix to packages and envelopes that are physically mailed—may seem almost archaic, but according to the United States Postal Service,

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How Healthy Is Intermittent Fasting?

Intermittent fasting may seem like it’s all the rage, especially with the rise of the 5:2 diet, which urges people to eat normally for five days a week, and then

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Publix Hilariously and Stupidly Censors ‘Summa Cum Laude’ on Graduation Cake

With commencement season in full swing, graduates all across the country are earning well-deserved diplomas, and even more well-deserved cake. (I mean what’s the point of finishing school if we

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Reese’s Wants to Give Their Biggest Fan $10,000

A classic Reese’s peanut butter cup is one of the most beloved candies around. It’s hard to improve on the original, but the brand just introduced a new chocolate bar,

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How Often Do You Have to Eat Fish to Reap Its Health Benefits?

Everyone knows fish is nutritious. Medical professionals have long touted its heart-healthy properties. So naturally people are incorporating more salmon and tuna into their diets than ever before. But just

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LaCroix Lovers Finally Have the Perfect Swimsuits

In recent years, LaCroix has gained a rabid cult following, growing from its modest Midwestern origins to become the seltzer brand of choice for urban-dwelling hipsters. Though sales records haven’t been formally

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Amazon Prime Members Now Get Sweet Discounts at Whole Foods

While it may be beyond cliche to complain about Whole Foods being expensive at this point, it’s still a valid issue for many. Luckily, there are plenty of smart ways

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Disney’s ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Gauntlet Cup Will Give You Super Drinking Powers

Based on the box office totals alone, everyone’s obsessed with “Avengers: Infinity War.” (If you’re one of five people who haven’t seen it, don’t worry, we’ll try not to spoil

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Yogurt May Reduce Chronic Inflammation, Along with These 5 Foods

You might want to add an extra serving of yogurt to your breakfast routine. A new study published in the Journal of Nutrition has revealed that the dairy product may

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That Salmonella Outbreak Is Still Wreaking Havoc on Egg Eaters

Last month over 200 million eggs were recalled as a result of a salmonella outbreak. Given the massive scope, consumers are still being impacted weeks later. The Center for Disease

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Starbucks Updates Its Bathroom Policy in Light of Recent Controversies

Good news for anyone who doesn’t want to drop five bucks on a Frappuccino in order to take a pee. Starbucks recently updated its bathroom policy. While their restrooms were

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