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Stop Drinking Diet Soda

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1. Stop drinking diet soda.

By Jacqueline Howard at CNN

2. As our military becomes less human, how will we treat our robot army?

By August Cole in Defense One

3. This is why you have food cravings.

By Knvul Sheikh at Scientific American

4. What if we’re wrong about the relationship between high blood pressure and sodium?

By Tim Newman at Medical News Today

5. Scientists have triggered ‘artificial photosynthesis’ to clean the air of CO2.

By Zenaida Gonzalez Kotala at the University of Central Florida

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