A new photography exhibit aims to make viewers think twice about what smoking really means.
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Tobacco companies took a kick-to-the-groin (that’s official legal jargon) in Australia today, when the country’s high court OK’d some of the world’s most grotesque cigarette packages. Logos and branding are out. Plain sleeves and giant, nauseous warning labels are in, as you can see in the illustrations above, which were cooked up last year by the Aussie government.
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While the link between eggs and cholesterol — and between cholesterol and heart disease — is well established, this study sheds light on the extent of their potential harm if eaten routinely in large quantities. A single large egg contains more than 180 mg of cholesterol — more than a third of a person’s daily recommended intake. By this measure, a typical American breakfast alone, with two eggs (plus bacon!), would push well past that. Egg whites, meanwhile, remain excellent.
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