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Bike patrol volunteers give directions to visitors at Acadia National Park. The Trump administration has rolled back an Obama-era policy put in place to encourage national parks to end the sale of bottled water. Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Portland Press Herald/Getty Images hide caption

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During the day on Aug. 21, large swaths of farmland will be plunged into darkness, and temperatures will drop about 10 degrees. Scientists are waiting to see how crops and animals react. Daniel Acker/Bloomberg/Getty Images hide caption

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Binge-drinking sounds like an all-night bender, but here's a reality check: Many social drinkers may "binge" without knowing it. Women who drink four or more drinks on an occasion are binge-drinking. Ann Boyajian/Getty Images/Illustration Works hide caption

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With Heavy Drinking On The Rise, How Much Is Too Much?

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In this photo taken by Russian cosmonaut Sergey Ryazanskiy, the SpaceX Dragon capsule arrives at the International Space Station on Wednesday, stocked with scientific equipment, supplies — and ice cream. NASA via AP hide caption

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The Best Item In An Astronaut's Care Package? Definitely The Ice Cream

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A growing number of food videos aim to trigger ASMR — Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response, or pleasing sensations in the brains of some viewers — by focusing on sounds like chopping and stirring. Christina Lee for NPR hide caption

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Applebee's recently announced it will close more than 130 restaurants by the end of the year, after rebranding efforts failed to attract millennials. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Applebee's Gives Up On Millennials After Failed Rebranding Efforts

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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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