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Get This: Starbucks More e-Secure Than Pentagon

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Med students at Tulane University are working with culinary students to learn about healthy cooking strategies to help prevent diseases (not just treat them). Nice idea! [NPR]

Facebook likes are protected by the first amendment, according to a recent court ruling. [WSJ]

Google is investing in research to find the fountain of youth. [ABC]

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The carbonation in soda can trick your brain into thinking you're consuming less sugar than you actually are, according to a new study. [Huffington Post]

The number of people who die each year due to medical mistakes made in hospitals may be twice as high as previously estimated, finds new research. [NPR]

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A gym in Long Island City, New York, has introduced CrossFit classes for 3-year-olds. So wrong. [Racked NY]

Starbucks' wifi network is more secure than the Pentagon's computer system, according to an Air Force colonel. Because that's not disturbing at all. [Grub Street]

News flash: The best way to get served at a bar is by positioning yourself directly at the counter and making eye contact with the bartender, according to a new study. What is everyone else who's trying to get served doing?! [Huffington Post]

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