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If Raw Fruits Or Veggies Give You A Tingly Mouth, It's A Real Syndrome

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Rihanna and Lupita Nyong'o attend a Miu Miu show in Paris in March 2014. Some pictures are worth a thousand words. This one, it turns out, was worth a movie deal. Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images hide caption

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From left, National Security Agency Director Adm. Mike Rogers, former FBI Director James Comey, former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, ex-CIA Director John Brennan, and Defense Intelligence Agency Director Lt. Gen. Vincent Stewart participate in the Senate Intelligence Committee's hearing on worldwide threats last year. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Fox News host Sean Hannity said he would no longer talk about the Seth Rich theory "out of respect for the family's wishes — for now." Rob Kim/Getty Images hide caption

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Rachel Lindsay works as an attorney in Dallas. She was in the 21st season of The Bachelor and now stars in the 13th season of The Bachelorette. Paul Hebert/ABC hide caption

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'The Bachelorette' May Have A Black Star, But It's Still Set In A White World

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A blue whale, the largest animal on the planet, engulfs krill off the coast of California. Silverback Films/BBC/Proceedings of the Royal Society B hide caption

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How The Biggest Animal On Earth Got So Big

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Susan Morgan, age 5, holds a bunch of bananas in Ponchatoula, La., in 1955. Susan was diagnosed with celiac disease and was prescribed a diet of 200 bananas weekly. AP hide caption

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Keyshla Rivera smiles at her newborn son Jesus as registered nurse Christine Weick demonstrates a baby box before her discharge from Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia in 2016. All mothers who deliver at the hospital receive a box, which functions as a bassinet, in an effort to reduce unsafe sleep practices. Matt Rourke/AP hide caption

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Rob Quist is the Democrat running in the Montana special election. Don Gonyea/NPR hide caption

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Trump Casts Shadow Over Tightening Montana Special Election

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Speaker of the House Paul Ryan holds up a copy of the American Health Care Act during a March 7 news conference with House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif. (left), and House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Greg Walden, R-Ore., outside Ryan's office in the Capitol. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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A police officer stands on duty outside a residential property in Fallowfield, in southern Manchester, on Wednesday as investigations continue into the bombing at the Manchester Arena. Oli Scarff /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Manchester Bombing Suspect's Father, Brother Arrested In Libya

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Researchers had participants wear the fitness trackers while walking or running on a treadmill and while riding an exercise bike to determine how well the trackers measured heart rate and energy expenditure. Paul Sakuma/Courtesy of Stanford University School of Medicine hide caption

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Fitness Trackers: Good at Measuring Heart Rate, Not So Good At Measuring Calories

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Philippine security forces escort Marawi City evacuees at a checkpoint near a neighboring city on the southern island of Mindanao on Wednesday. President Rodrigo Duterte declared martial law on the island, and government forces have been trying to drive militants from Marawi since they began occupying it Tuesday. Ted Aljibe/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Some 55 percent of families with kids that receive food stamp benefits are earning wages. The problem is, those wages aren't enough to actually live on. Whitney Hayward/Press Herald/Getty Images hide caption

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