Study Linking Aspartame, Cancer Causes Controversy

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Drinking diet soda and other low-calorie drinks may help you manage weight, but experts say plain old H2O is still the best way to go. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Swapping Out Sugary Soda For Diet Drinks May Help Tip The Scale In Your Favor

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Orchards like this one in Adams County, PA, and other U.S. farms face worldwide competition for their apples and apple products due to imports. Brad C. Bower/AP hide caption

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Many Americans aren't getting the recommended seven to nine hours per night. Franck Camhi/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Poor Sleep May Lead To Too Much Stored Fat And Disease

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One martini; shaken, not stirred. Karen Castillo Farfan/NPR hide caption

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Shake It Up, Baby: Are Martinis Made The Bond Way Better?

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The Emperor's Himalayan lavender tea is popular at Washington, D.C.'s Park Hyatt Tea Room, but please don't put milk in it. Courtesy of Park Hyatt hide caption

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Health Benefits Of Tea: Milking It Or Not

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The Donkey cocktail is leading in the polls so far at Lincoln, a restaurant in Washington, D.C. Courtesy of Lincoln hide caption

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FDA Weighs Federal Standard To Limit Exposure To Arsenic In Rice

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Customers line up for farmers market produce on a corner in Washington, D.C., where people eat more fruits and veggies than in many states. Dan Charles/NPR hide caption

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Stealth Changes To Fast Food May Combat Obesity

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McDonald's To Post Calories On Menu Boards

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