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Hundreds of Americans Reportedly Planted the Mystery Seeds From China

Despite warnings from the USDA and state authorities, hundreds if not thousands of Americans planted the mystery seeds that arrived from China in July. Some of them even admitted to eating them. Read the full story now.
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How To Destroy Your Sink's Garbage Disposal

While we enjoy the convenience of quickly and easily disposing of food waste down the drain, several household items can damage the unit and can potentially affect your home’s entire plumbing system, making repairs extremely costly
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A New Wave Of Weird Items Americans Are Stockpiling

Stockpiling toilet paper is so two weeks ago.
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Pump Up Your Pumpkin Seeds

Halloween is on its way and for many the traditions of carving a jack-o-lantern include roasting the seeds from the freshly carved pumpkin. While seasoning roasted pumpkin seeds with nothing but butter and salt is classic, but if you’re craving something more, it’s quite easy to take them in...
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5 Times More Americans Are Allergic To Sesame Seeds Than Thought

More Americans may be allergic to sesame than previously believed, a new study finds. As many as 1.5 million US children and adults have a sesame allergy, which is five times higher than the number of Americans that was suggested in previous research. Among those with a 'convincing allergy to...
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Can Eating Poppy Seeds Cause A Positive Drug Test?

Twenty years ago we were all watching to Seinfeld when Elaine failed a drug test because she was eating poppy seed bagels and wondering if that was true or an urban legend. Poppy Seeds | Seinfeld | TBS https://t.co/E6HEp8PrKK via @YouTube — windmill tilter (@rlaskowitz60) August 8, 2018 Come to...
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Foods To Help You Sleep

Insomnia is horrible as the harder you try and fall asleep, the more awake you become. So let's turn to certain foods that can help you catch some zzzs. Walnuts, sunflower seeds and tart cherries contain melatonin, the hormone that makes you feel sleepy. Snack on a few of them a couple hours before...
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Cereal Company Takes Issue With The Dwindling Bee Population

While grocery shopping this weekend, you may notice something different on boxes of Honey-Nut Cheerios. The famous bee, known as BuzzBee, is missing. General Mills, maker of Cherrios is launching a campaign called, Bring Back The Bees, and are using the blank space where BuzzBee would normally be...
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Chances Are Your Tossing Away The Healthiest Part of Watermelon

Summer doesn't seem the same without eating a delicious piece of watermelon. But recently we found out the majority of us are throwing out the healthiest part of the watermelon, the seeds. It turns out these bothersome seeds are packed with proteins, vitamins and other nutrients your body needs...
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