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McDonald’s Testing a Breakfast After Midnight Menu — Dollars and Sense

It appears that while McDonald’s was busy dominating the fast food world they figured out a way to make themselves an even stronger entity in the quick service food industry.

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Category: Health, Weird News
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exalthim, flickr
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Lying May Be Hazardous to Your Health

The average American lies about 11 times a week, but next time you’re tempted to tell a fib, remember this: lying won’t just make you untrustworthy, new research finds it’s also bad for your health.

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Category: Health, Weird News
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SteveMcN, Flickr
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Cures for a Hangover – Last Man Standing

It’s going to happen, probably more than once or twice in your life. You’ll be out with your buddies, on the town, cruising the bars, knocking back beers and shots of tequila and whiskey. Or perhaps someone will challenge your drinking prowess, and you defend your honor with a booze-guzzling contest. Whatever the reasons may be, you’ve overdone it, and you wake up in the morning with a raging hangover.

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Court Rules Michigan Cities and Townships Can Not Ban Medical Marijuana

Good news for Michigan medical marijuana supporters as courts recently ruled in the favor of patients across the state.  Check out the details on the ruling that protects users across the state.

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Joe Raedle, Getty Images
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Dozens Get Sick After Catching Mysterious Illness While Visiting Disney World

Walt Disney World bills itself as “the happiest place on earth,” but it was anything but for several dozen people who became ill after visiting a nature tour in June.

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CDC Study Finds That 1 in 13 Pregnant Women Drink Alcohol

It’s pretty common knowledge that pregnant women should not consume alcohol, due to the potential negative effects it could have on the fetus and its development.

However, that’s not stopping one in 13 pregnant women from drinking alcoholic beverages while with child.

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Category: Health, Weird News
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New Breakthrough iPhone App Can Detect Skin Cancer

Who can remember what life was like before the Smartphone? Your phone might already be your compass, your calendar, and your alarm clock. Now, it’s your doctor, too.

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McLaren Flint Breaks Ground On Hospitality House For Cancer Patients[VIDEO]

Say what you want about Flint, but we really do have great health care options in the 810. McLaren Flint is expanding it's campus and adding a hospitality house for patients staying for an extended period, due to cancer treatments.

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How Much Weight Do Ex-Smokers Put On After Quitting?

Since nicotine is an appetite suppressant and a stimulant, a fear of weight gain is one reason many smokers cite for refusing to quit.

And a new report stating ex-smokers pack on more pounds than previously thought probably won’t help matters any — but all may not be as it seems.

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The U.S. Government Cracks Down on Penis Pump Fraud

Well guys, the jig is up! The federal government is now challenging the legitimacy of American impotency by investigating a near 500 percent increase in Medicare payments for penis pumps over the last decade.

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Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images
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Mott Community College To Go Completely Smoke Free

Taking a break from class to go smoke a cigarette will soon be a thing of the past at Mott Community College, thanks to a smoking ban soon to be put in place. I'm sure Chris Monroe will be protesting.

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FDA Approves at Home H.I.V Test

The New York Times is reporting that the Food & Drug Administration has approved an at home test to detect H.I.V. The test is called OraQuick, and requires a quick swab, and in 20 to 40 minutes you will have the results.

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