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NTSB recommends states lower legal BAC to .05

No one is going to tell you they support drunken driving, or that something shouldn't be done to deter people from hitting the road hammered.

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Afro Emoji app adds its voice to digital world

A new sticker app featuring African characters and pan-African phrases has launched worldwide.

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Inside the world of the accidentally Twitter famous

The great Super Bowl Velveeta shortage of 2014 -- otherwise known as #cheesepocalypse -- was a stressful time for queso lovers nationwide. But the lack of available "cheese product" didn't affect anyone as much as Richard Lindsey or Brandon Kraft.

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A text a day to keep the doctor away?

Text messages could be the latest solution to the very old problem of getting patients with chronic diseases to take their medications.

Zika mosquitos not for media gallery

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Zika tests Catholic position on birth control

Zika-infected mosquitoes aren't just causing medical problems, they're creating a theological conundrum for the Roman Catholic Church, according to priests and other experts.

Kristen Stewart 2015 file photo

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'Resting b#*ch face' is real, scientists say

Good news, everyone! You can now wear your mildly discontented face with some validation.

More than 79 million Americans infected

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New vaccines for HPV, meningitis recommended

New vaccines for meningococcal type B and HPV and are among the updates to the immunization schedule published for children and adults.

Pope Francis arm outstretched

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Don't gossip, Pope warns priests and nuns

Pope Francis has warned gossip-loving priests and nuns not to fuel the "terrorism of gossip," encouraging them to resist the temptation to spread voices and tales within their community.

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Want to end prejudice? Watch a sitcom

Ending prejudice may be as easy as turning on your television. Depending on the program, it just might change your view of the world for the better.

Women in the military

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U.S. military generals want women to register for draft

Two of the U.S. military service chiefs believe women should now be required to register for the draft after the Defense Department opened up all combat jobs to women.

Fish and chips

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Study links eating fish with healthier brains

Eating at least one serving of seafood a week could help stave off Alzheimer's disease, according to a study.

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