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Daily Dose: April 3, 2013

Check out the list of links that should be on your radar today:

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Certain eyedrops created to help lower cholesterol may also prevent one of the most common forms of blindness—talk about doing double duty. [BBC]

In honor of National Poetry Month, the New York Times created a new Tumblr with haiku versions of several of its stories—and they're all generated by a computer algorithm! [Times Haiku]

One mom is petitioning Mattel, asking them to start making party gear that features Barbies who aren't just Caucasian. [TIME]

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A new study shows that people often get misleading or inaccurate information about the 401(k) rollover process when they change jobs. [USA Today]

Bad news if you have a bald beau: Hair loss may increase a man's heart disease risk by a third, according to recent research. [Bloomberg]

Dunkin’ Donuts is testing a new breakfast sandwich made with eggs, bacon, and glazed donuts. Just what America needs. [Eater]

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Women and young people are bad at dealing with money, according to a survey of financial advisors who were primarily older males. Oh, and the poll was conducted by AdviceIQ, a company that “educates all consumers about the need to hire a trusted, local advisor.” That sounds legit. [Businessweek]

Rabies awareness advocates should be using zombies to get the word out about the disease, according to a new paper in the journal Emerging Infectious Diseases. Because nothing says "Watch out for rabid dogs" like The Walking Dead. [The Atlantic]

If you're dying to shell out $200 for a specially shaped dryer created to prevent lumpy bras, you're in luck! [The Cut]

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