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Matthew Berry's new book, "The Fantasy Life," talks about how a made-up game has affected millions of lives, including his own. hide caption

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An Unreal Sport: Mixing 'Fantasy Life' With Reality

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Mind The Teeth: Fossils indicate that Tyrannosaurus rex was an active hunter, in addition to being a scavenger. And in Jurassic Park, it also had a sweet tooth for lawyers. Universal Pictures/Getty Images hide caption

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Om Nom Nom: T. Rex Was, Indeed, A Voracious Hunter

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Samantha Lunn in Chattanooga, Tenn., wants to know what to do with currants, pickled onions and chowchow. Courtesy of Samantha Lunn hide caption

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Cook Your Cupboard: Chowchow Down With Jacques Pepin

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A woman waits to get AIDS drugs on April 8 at a clinic in Ga-Rankuwa, South Africa, about 55 miles north of Johannesburg. New WHO guidelines say patients should start HIV treatment much earlier, before they become extremely sick. Stephane de Sakutin/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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South Africa Weighs Starting HIV Drug Treatment Sooner

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Robert Randolph & The Family Band's new album, Lickety Split, is out Tuesday. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Robert Randolph Ushers In Steel-Guitar Soul With 'Lickety Split'

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