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Daily Dose: March 25, 2013

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

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In news that will make you say awww, two pandas are traveling from China to the Toronto Zoo via FedEx today. Talk about a special delivery. [Fast Company]

The Gates Foundation really wants to help make sex safer: It’s offering $100,000 to someone who can design a better, more pleasurable condom that people will actually want to use. [NBC News]

Trying to get a straight answer about how much a medical procedure will cost can be like pulling teeth. Luckily, some new online tools make it easier to determine what a fair price is. [LA Times]

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Johnson & Johnson has recalled more than 2 million blood glucose meters. The (very serious) problem: They don’t operate properly at extremely high glucose readings. [Reuters]

Going to the steam room after a tough workout could lower your dude’s sperm count, according to new research. [MyHealthNewsDaily.com]

Proof that your tax dollars are hard at work: The IRS spent about $60,000 on a Star Trek-inspired training video. Oh, and it's just six minutes long. [LA Times]

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A professional Kate Middleton impersonator in the U.K. has invested in a series of artificial baby bumps so she can continue to be the country’s “most realistic Kate Middleton lookalike.” [Yahoo! Shine]

Ford India says that, in retrospect, it was “distasteful” to create an ad with gagged and bound drawings of the Kardashians in the back of a Ford Figo compact car. You think? [USA Today]

A new study finds that hipsters really love PBR. Of course, the researchers could have just walked into a bar in Brooklyn to determine the same thing. [Fast Company]

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