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Tennis great Rafael Nadal of Spain might think twice about shaking off his beads of perspiration. It turns out that sweat leads to a surprising health benefit. Matthew Stockman/Getty Images hide caption

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Why stinky sweat is good for you

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On his new album, Sean Shibe ditches his nylon-strung classical guitar for a Fender Stratocaster. Iga Gozdowska/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Sean Shibe, a shape-shifting artist, redefines the idea of a classical guitarist

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Deborah Sisco adjusts the gown of her daughter, Marie, on her wedding day. Both were killed April 12, 2021 at Deborah's home in Lebanon. Courtesy of Alex Youn hide caption

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His mom and sister were killed by domestic violence. Now, he's trying to help others

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A disconnected Albert sensor in Lincoln County, Wash. Lincoln County Commissioner Rob Coffman hide caption

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Some Republicans in Washington state cast a wary eye on an election security device

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Antonio Sanchez, performing during The Nearness Of You Benefit Concert at Lincoln Center on Jan. 20, 2015 in New York. Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images hide caption

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Grammy-winning drummer Antonio Sanchez discusses the making of 'Bad Hombre Vol. II'

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