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The trial of #MeToo versus Harvey Weinstein

Women came forward with allegations that he used his Hollywood status as a way to assault and abuse women, frequently by luring them into his hotel “office” room with promises to talk about career opportunities.

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Veganism makes the stage at Golden Globes

While only a few percent of US consumers self identify as vegans, the Economist reports one-quarter of 25-34 year-olds say they are vegans or vegetarians.

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E-cigarettes with THC linked to vaping deaths

When E-cigarettes are also used to vape THC, chemical additives used to “stretch” the THC oil may result in lungs getting “torched,” according to a recent report by the Mayo Clinic.  

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This is America: cleaning up at the Grammys

“This is America” and its jarring and violent video had a massive viral release last May and became one of the most talked-about musical accomplishments of 2018.

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Online dating apps take on ghosting

A new survey by dating app Plenty of Fish reports that 80% of online daters between ages 18 to 33  have been dumped without explanation.

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Get out of that chair and EXERCISE!!

The 2018 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans by the US Department of Health and Human Services describes the types and amounts of physical activity that can help improve health at every age.

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Rules against food sharing don’t stop people from feeding strangers

A Philly restaurant allows customers to buy a slice for someone who needs it, and coffee shops across the country are giving the option of “suspending” a cup of coffee for someone who can’t pay for it in food-sharing trends that aren’t slowing despite rules against food sharing.