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To eat or not to eat corned beef? It's a conflict that arises every few years for Catholics when St. Patrick's Day falls on a Friday during the Lenten season. Usually, Catholics are prohibited from eating meat on Fridays during Lent as an act of penitence, but this year, bishops in more than 80 dioceses are making an exception.

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It's been two years since the German automaker, Volkswagen, admitted to installing "defeat" devices in 11 million cars worldwide. The revelation had immediate impacts on drivers and dealers around the world, but we now know the impact it will have on public health. According to a recent paper published by scientists at MIT, the diesel cars sold between 2008 and 2015 will cause the premature deaths of more than a thousand people across the globe.

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It seems like too often we are throwing away perfectly good food because the date stamp is past its prime. According to the USDA, around $161 billion in food, or 30 to 40 percent of food in the United States, is wasted because we don't know if it's safe to eat. To clear up the confusion and keep people from wasting perfectly good food, changes will soon be coming to food labels.

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NASA is celebrating as astronomers make a remarkable discovery is the search for inhabitable environments. Wednesday, NASA announced that its Spitzer Space Telescope found seven Earth-size planets orbiting a single star about 40 light-years away from Earth. The discovery set a new record for the greatest number of inhabitable planets found around a single star outside our solar system.

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With the first manned Mars One mission scheduled to take off in 2031, scientists are looking for more insight on how space travel will affect the human body over time. NASA had the perfect opportunity to dig deeper into this question by conducting a study between twin brothers, astronauts Scott and Mark Kelly.

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