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Cigarette Reviewers on YouTube Smoke So You Don't Have To

“I’m committed, not addicted."
Jeremy Glass
4 days ago
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We Asked Real Dietitians If Beyoncé's 22 Days Diet Plan Would Actually Work

The body-positive pop star's new nutrition plan is too time-consuming and too little food for the average non-celebrity star to follow.
Emily Cassel
8.1.19
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I Should Be Allowed to Leave Men Out of My Studies

There’s a much-needed push for gender equality in science, but the government's inclusion mandates can backfire.
Liisa Galea
7.31.19
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Don’t Buy Into Beyoncé’s ‘22 Day’ Crash Diet, Even If She Is Beyoncé

We deserve better than encouragement to starve ourselves like Beyoncé did on her ultra-restrictive diet leading up to Coachella.
Anne Gaviola
7.25.19
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Millions of Kids Are Exposed to Lead Because the U.S. Prefers to Protect Landlords

Exposure to lead can cause permanent brain damage, a lower IQ, and other health problems. But without federal regulations, most people don't know they're impacted until it's too late.
Ankita Rao
7.23.19
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Women in Labor Can’t Hold In Their Babies. Nurses Tell Them To Do It Anyway

Mothers in labor are often asked to delay birth to accommodate doctors’ schedules. In many cases, it can have harmful consequences.
Kimberly Lawson
7.16.19
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What Good Does a Pacemaker Do in a Corpse?

A Robin Hood-ing cardiologist decided that it was time to salvage the devices that lived beyond their human hosts.
Avir Mitra
7.3.19
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Amazon Won’t Stop Selling Toxic Products In the U.S.

There are 1,005 notices in California currently filed against Amazon for selling unsafe creams and cosmetics without a warning.
Ankita Rao
7.1.19
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I Paid to Have My Breasts Massaged, and I Loved It

Yes, it’s legal, and you might want to try it.
Sarah Hosseini
6.28.19
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The Stigmas Around Botox and Fillers for Black People Are Changing

The age-old saying 'Black don't crack' feels less relevant to a new generation of Black and brown folks who are embracing cosmetic procedures.
Stephanie Smith-Strickland
6.27.19
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Being Black in America Is a Health Risk. It's Time for Reparations.

Cash would not only be a form of repayment, it would also undeniably improve people's health.
Jason Silverstein
6.19.19
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People Are Already Dying From Being Denied Abortions

A new study is a reminder of the serious consequences of restricting abortion access.
Kimberly Lawson
6.14.19
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