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Nuts For Longevity: Daily Handful Is Linked To Longer Life

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Where In the U.S. do people say pee-kahn over pi-kahn? Joshua Katz answered your burning question by mapping Bert Vaux's dialect survey on regional variations in the continental United States. Courtesy of Joshua Katz hide caption

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The Enigmatic Pecan: Why So Pricey, And How To Pronounce It?

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