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Get This: FDA Says Arsenic Levels in Rice Are Too Low to Cause Harm

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We're living longer and healthier lives! The average 25-year-old American today can expect 2.4 more years of a healthy life than they would have had 20 years ago.  [ScienceDaily] 

In awesome parenting news, a Utah Dad wore itty-bitty shorts to a family outing (we're talking dinner, ice cream and mini golf) after his 19-year-old daughter refused to change her too-short shorts. [People] 

No need to swear off sushi just yet. The FDA announced that arsenic levels in rice are too low to cause immediate or short-term negative effects. [Reuters]

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Nearly a year after Hurricane Sandy came through, a raging fire has destroyed much of the boardwalk in Seaside Heights, NJ. [USA Today]

After battling ovarian cancer for years, 45-year-old Andrea Sloan is being denied access to clinical trails of an experimental drug, but she's hoping her social media campaign will help. [HuffPo] 

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A new survey says surgeons are the most attractive type of doctors. We're not so sure how scientific this is, given that it came from a dating site called UniformDating.com. [Time] 

Get ready to face-palm: Almost 18 percent of pregnant women drink during their first trimester, and more than six percent report binge drinking, according to a new report. [Boston.com]

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