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A study links greater "neighborhood access" to fast food to lower bone mass in kids.

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A Jilted Bride Donated Her Wedding Feast to the Homeless

Her family decided to "take away something good from this."

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A Government Report Says Every Cocktail You Drink Costs the Economy $2

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All-Day Breakfast Is Torturing McDonald’s Franchisees

The "vast" problems they cite include subpar food quality and "people falling over each other."


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