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Why Swearing Is Actually Good for Your Health

Plus Rachel Bilson's Photoshop fail, another reason not to smoke while pregnant and more of the top stories of the day

• Swearing is friggin' good for you, at least according to a new study by Richard Stephens at Keele University. Yes, somebody actually did a scientific study on this stuff. It is apparently "an emotional language" and can make you feel better. O RLY?[Business Insider]

• Among the many, many reasons not to smoke while you're pregnant comes this new one: It's tied to a lack of impulse control in children later on in life. So yes, don't smoke. [Reuters]

• Rachel Bilson got photoshopped into oblivion -- we mean teenage-dom -- on the new cover of Health. She looks great, but also like she's about 16. [The Gloss]

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• Connie Britton honestly has no idea why people obsess so much over her hair. Seriously, Connie? Maybe it's because you have the most gorgeously beautiful and perfect head of hair we've ever, ever seen? I dunno, just a guess. Even so, she was all, "I'm always so shocked when people ask about my hair, I'm like, 'really?'" Yes, really! [Byrdie]

• Step inside the makeup closet of makeup artist Suzy Gerstein. One of her best tips? Keep your favorite products in the medicine cabinet, out of the way of your steamy shower, because the heat can melt your products. Good to know! [Glamour]

• Chicken is being held partially responsible for a rise in UTIs in women, according to a new study. That's because women are becoming antibiotic-resistant through the meat they eat. Scary, huh? [Beauty High]


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