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Feeling a bit down? Get thee to an treadmill. New research published in the American Journal of Preventative Medicine found that exercise not only treats depression, but it also prevents it! Even low level exercise, like walking or gardening can ward off negative depressive feelings. Good news! [University of Toronto]
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Nicki Minaj designed a line of clothes for Kmart, but could anyone besides, well, Nicki Minaj actually wear it? Eight intrepid reporters tried out the clothes and actually wore them out. The results? Not as bad as you might imagine. Cute, even. [The Cut]
Keep breathing, but a global wine shortage may be imminent. (Deep breaths! Deep breaths!) That's because wine production isn't at the pace it needs to be to accommodate the huge and growing number of wine drinkers in the world. Especially because there are more wine drinkers than ever in the U.S. and China. So think twice about whether you really need to open up another bottle of Two Buck Chuck (just kidding, you do!) [Jezebel]
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Sure, coffee can stain your teeth, but barbecue sauce can really do a number on them, too. That's because barbecue sauce is a perfect storm of stainy-ness: dark, sticky, and hot. Sure, you're (probably) not eating barbecue sauce every day, but keep that in mind and brush immediately after eating it if possible. That goes for any dark foods like balsamic vinegar, soy sauce, tomato sauce, and chocolate syrup, too. [Glamour]