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11 HOURS AGO - Huffington Post

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Why Do Animals Attack Humans In The Wild? A Lot Of The Time, It's Kind Of Our Fault

Facebook, Twitter and Instagram always seem to be full of photos of people's outdoor adventures. But not everyone who likes spending time in the wild really knows what they're doing out there -- and according to a study published this week in Nature.com's Scientific Reports, that's why humans are increasingly being attacked by wild animals. #hellomrbear A photo posted by Jen ...

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FEB 03, 2016 - Slate

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This Simple Trick Will Change the Way You Shop at Trader Joe’s Forever

We all know that shopping at Trader Joe’s can be a hassle. The checkout lines are very long, especially in major urban areas. People get stressed out. They say “excuuuuse me” in a mocking tone when you bump into their carts. They threaten you with violence. They slap your husband’s face for grabbing the last box of frozen vegan pad ...

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FEB 03, 2016 - Business Insider

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This slimming pill ad was banned in the UK for promoting 'an unhealthy body image'

An advert for weight loss pill XLS-Medical Max Strength was banned by the UK advertising watchdog, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA,) for presenting an actress as needing to lose weight, despite looking slim and entirely healthy. The ad, which sparked 200 complaints, was shown on TV, YouTube and on on-demand services. The pills are marketed as a "medical device for general weight management." The ...

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FEB 02, 2016 - Business Insider

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This slimming pills ad was banned in the UK for promoting 'an unhealthy body image'

An advert for weight loss pill XLS-Medical Max Strength was banned by the UK advertising watchdog, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA,) for presenting an actress as needing to lose weight, despite looking slim and entirely healthy. The ad, which sparked 200 complaints, was shown on TV, YouTube and on on-demand services. The pills are marketed as a "medical device for general weight management." The ...

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FEB 02, 2016 - Vibe

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