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Barbie dolls have been criticized for portraying an unrealistic figure. Does this affect how young girls view themselves? Cristen Conger looks at the new doll, Lammily, and how viewing a more realistic doll could help girls with their self-image.
A health fad called "oil pulling" has gone viral, in which people swish their mouths with oil for better health. Continue reading →
There are good reasons why certain drugs aren't legal, but could some of them have potential medicinal benefits? Cristen Conger from Stuff Mom Never Told You joins DNews to discuss how drugs like LSD and ecstasy might be able to help.
If e-cigarettes are proven to pose a health hazard, this wouldn't be the first time that a product considered safe proves to be anything but.
Some skinny people have a high percentage of the most dangerous type of body fat, leading to serious health risks. Continue reading →
Insomnia isn't fun. It can have some pretty harsh physical and psychological side effects. Anthony breaks down some of the causes of insomnia, and explains what exactly it's doing to the brain.
Sometimes, we find ourselves judging people based on their appearance, but do we also judge people's character traits based on their face? Anthony talks about how children and adults both judge people's characters simply by looking at them.
Could Neanderthals, long thought to be unable to vocalize, actually talk to each other? Trace is here to tell you about a tiny bone found in Neanderthals and modern humans that might hold the answer.
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