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Daily Dose: March 20, 2013

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

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Whole Foods Markets, Trader Joe’s, and Aldi stores have all pledged to keep what would potentially be the first genetically modified fish available for public consumption off their shelves—even if the FDA approves it. (Women's Health totally called that the frankenfish would be a serious issue, by the way.) [NYT]

Malala Yousufzai, the poor Pakistani girl who was shot by the Taliban for supporting education for women, returned to school yesterday. Welcome back! [USA TODAY]

Kate Spade’s new Saturday line just launched. Let the reasonably priced online shopping commence! And for  some guidance, check out our editors' faves from the collection. [Washingtonian]

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About 15 percent of people in the U.S. are “supertasters,” which means they experience flavors more intensely—and may have an aversion to veggies as a result. (We're willing to bet that even supertasters won’t be able to resist these amazing vegetable-based recipes, though.) [WSJ]

Coke just announced plans to introduce a new “healthy” beverage called Fruitwater... not that it contains any fruit or fruit juice. [Newser]

In depressing (but not totally shocking) news, people say men stay sexy until an older age than women do. [Reuters]

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A recent survey of brides outlines the “rules” for social media and weddings—and nearly half say it’s not cool to use a wedding idea that a friend has pinned. But isn’t sharing inspiration the entire point of Pinterest? [Social Times]

People who received an electrical current through their brains were better able to complete a creativity task. So if you need to boost your brainstorming abilities, now you know what to do... (Just kidding. Here's a much safer way to get your creative juices flowing.)  [The Atlantic]

Some energy drink companies are now classifying their products as “beverages” rather than “dietary supplements”—but that doesn’t change the fact that they're still bad for you (and in some cases, possibly deadly). [MyHealthNewsDaily.com]

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