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Your diet can influence your appearance. You knew that. But did you know that what you eat can also affect your body odor and your attractiveness to the opposite sex? Lilli Carré for NPR hide caption

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Men, Listen Up: Women Like The Smell Of Guys Who Eat A Certain Diet

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People stand in front of eggs displayed at a supermarket in Lille, France, on Friday as a scandal over contaminated eggs spreads across Europe. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Every year, lovers of tart, juicy huckleberries trek into the forests of the Northwest to pick them at great effort. No one's managed to grow them commercially just yet, but their fans keep trying. Paul & Hien Brown/Flickr hide caption

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The number of Americans who drink — and the number of Americans who drink to excess — increased between 2002 and 2013, according to a new study. b-duss/Flickr hide caption

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One particular brand of seltzer is having a moment among millennials: LaCroix. Iam Nicole/Flickr/Creative Commons hide caption

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Seltzer's Popularity Bubbles Up In The U.S.

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Melanie Shurka dedicates hours to make the Iraqi and Kurdish dumpling soup kubeh. It has become a beloved dish in Israel and a defining food of Mizrachi cookery, or the food of the Jews who settled in the Middle East. Rebecca Fondren hide caption

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Eggs are being progressively reintroduced in Dutch markets, including this one in Alkmaar, after a contamination scare prompted supermarkets in several European countries to pull their supplies of eggs. John Thys/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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While the nutritional value of jellyfish chips hasn't yet been measured, chef Klavs Styrbæk says they pair particularly well with fresh veggies, which could earn them a healthy reputation. Courtesy of Kristoff Styrbæk hide caption

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Women inspect filled boxes of Corn Flakes in the Kellogg Company factory in 1934. The U.S. National Archives hide caption

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How The 'Battling' Kellogg Brothers Revolutionized American Breakfast

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A Gelbvieh cow and her calf on a ranch in Paradise Valley, Mont. From Montana cattle ranchers to Florida tomato growers, some bruised by NAFTA think it has favored agribusiness over small-scale farms, lowered environmental standards and made it harder to compete against cheaper imports. William Campbell/Corbis/Getty Images hide caption

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The Fairest Of All Foods — On A Stick

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The Market Grille in Columbia, Mo. Kristofor Husted/Harvest Public Media hide caption

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Grocery Stores Draw Millennials With In-Store Restaurants

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For 13.1 million American kids, the lack of access to school meals during the summer means they're not sure when they might next eat. perepelova/iStockphoto/Getty Images hide caption

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2 Towns Locked In Trademark Battle Over Pierogi Festival Name

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