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Get This: Survey Claims Most People Aren't with Their "True Love"

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

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Elderly people in the U.S. are living longer, healthier lives, according to a new study. [Medical Daily]

Eating bing cherries on a daily basis could help improve circulation and lower inflammation levels, finds recent research. Try this delicious bing cherry topping to work more into your diet. [UPI.com]

Lisa Kudrow is slated to join the cast of Scandal! [USMagazine.com]

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Almost 9 million people in the U.S. take prescription sleeping pills, according to a new study. Having trouble getting a good night's rest? How to sleep better. [NBC News]

Migraines can increase your risk of brain lesions, white matter abnormalities, and altered brain volume, according to a new study. Yikes. [Mail Online]

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A U.K. study claims that 73 percent of married people have settled for their partners because their "true love" got away. Seems a little melodramatic if you ask us. [Telegraph]

Just check out this headline: "Women Should Pay More For Health Insurance Because They Have Breasts And Ovaries, Says Fox Expert." Insert eye roll here. [Huffington Post]

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