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19 "Healthy" Foods You Should Reconsider

You Might Like {{displayTitle}} We're all guilty of picking up a dangerfood every once in a while. They seem innocent enough on the outside, masquerading behind their whole wheat-touting labels or a crunchy bed of lettuce. But a closer look at nutrition labels reveals dirty little secrets: shrouds of sugar, calorie-packed dressing, and more.
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Cheer Up! New Drug May Treat Depression in Just a Few Hours

In a world where we can find the nearest Starbucks in a matter of seconds and book a flight to Paris in five minutes, it's no wonder there's now a drug that might treat depression in just a few hours. Scientists at Northwestern University say GLYX-13 can help treat symptoms of depression in patients who don't respond to traditional antidepressant medications .
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This Little Machine Helps You Fall (and Stay) Asleep

Share on Pinterest Marpac Dohm DS Sound Machine After a long day, there's nothing better than climbing into a nice, warm bed. But there's nothing worse than lying awake in said bed because of a noisy neighbor or traffic zooming by. Sure, we all have the occasional sleepless night, but what if we told you all you need to do to fall asleep fast is flip a switch?
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Poop Health: Everything You Want to Know But Haven't Asked

Going, er, No. 2 might be a rather uncomfortable topic for most of us, but turns out it's actually pretty interesting. For instance, who knew the skipper caterpillar is just an inch and a half long but can shoot its poop a distance of six feet? Or that a goose defecates an average of once every twelve minutes?
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Soda Is Getting Taxed Like Cigarettes (It's About Time)

While most media coverage after the election focused on Donald Trump's surprising victory, four cities quietly voted to pass soda taxes. Voters in San Francisco, Oakland, and Albany, California passed a one-penny-per-ounce tax on sugary soft drinks. In Boulder, Colorado, it's two cents per ounce. (The Cook County Board of Commissioners, which oversees Chicago and the surrounding suburbs, approved a similar tax last week.
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