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Food and health:
Monica Bhide's advice for aspiring food writers. (About Food)
McDonalds made great strides in improving its reputation, the transparency of its food supply chain, and the amount of healthy options on its menu. Cynical middle class consumers don't care. (Harvard Business Review)
The CDC tells us that it’s better to lose weight slowly and gradually. They're wrong.
(Mark’s Daily Apple)
Intriguing article on why testosterone is the drug of the future. (Fusion)
This is how outbreaks occur. It isn't complicated, really. (The Incidental Economist)
Here's why you should drink *only* de-deuterated bottled water. Before you ask: yes, this is satire. At least, I hope so. (West Hunter)
The big lie about our 5.6% unemployment rate. (Gallup)
Wait: no really, the unemployment data isn't the conspiracy you think it is. (Fortune)
What happened to the disappearing middle class? Turns out a surprisingly high percentage of them "disappeared" into higher income groups. (Carpe Diem)
Living a life filled with "micro-quests." (Art of Non-Conformity)
My constraints got the better of me. (SaintSal)
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