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Daily Dose: March 19, 2013

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

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Listening to uplifting concertos from Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons may help increase mental capacity, according to a new study. Spotify, anyone? [Medical Xpress]

The bad news: In developing countries, 200 million fewer women are online than men. The good news: The United Nations Broadband Commission for Digital Development wants to make sure that women across the globe have equal access to the web by 2020. [Business Week]

More motivation to get to the gym: Athletes’ brains take in and respond to new information more quickly than non-athletes’ brains do, according to new research. [EurekAlert]

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In a recent survey, more than 10 percent of the airline passengers with peanut or tree-nut allergies polled said they’ve had an allergic reaction while in flight. So why do some airlines still serve peanuts? [WebMD]

Swine flu just got scarier: About 2 percent of cases globally are now drug-resistant. [Bloomberg]

New research finds that constant job stress may increase your risk of getting Alzheimer’s. [Mail Online]

 

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More than 17,600 men went to the ER for zipper-related genital injuries between 2002 and 2010, according to a new study. Really, guys? [The Atlantic]

Heidi Klum is the star of the new Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s commercials (which are basically burger porn). Really, Heidi? [The Cut]

Lululemon has stopped selling its popular black Luon pants because they were too sheer. If you own a pair, you can bring them in for a full refund or exchange—but unfortunately for people who’ve worn them to yoga already, some things can’t be unseen. [USA Today]

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