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Most Popular Seafood Restaurant in Every State

We eat more and more seafood every year in America, including fresh, canned, and cured or smoked fish and shellfish. We ate 16 pounds of seafood per capita in ...
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Biting Your Nails and Other Habits That Could Be a Sign of a Serious Problem

You know you have to rush to the ER and call your doctors right away when your chest hurts and you can’t breathe. These are signs you can't ignore. But ...
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Most Promising Restaurant Openings of 2018

There are more than a million restaurants in America, the National Restaurant Association estimates, from the local McDonald’s to high-end destination places. Exactly how many new restaurants open every year ...
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Biggest Food Fads of 2018

From meat-free burgers and alcohol-free cocktails to exotic spices and powders made from nutritious vegetables, today’s diners and home cooks have an ever-changing wealth of ingredients and means of preparation ...
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17 of the Most Terrifying Cults in History

Official dictionaries define “cult” as a religion regarded as unorthodox or spurious, such as satanic cults. Another definition is a misplaced or excessive admiration for a particular person or ...
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20 Pumpkin Spice Things We Really Don’t Need This Fall

What is “pumpkin spice,” the mixture of aromatics that flavors pumpkin pie? The version produced by McCormick, the world’s largest spice company, is a blend of cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, and ...
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20 Pumpkin Spice Things We Really Don’t Need This Fall

What is “pumpkin spice,” the mixture of aromatics that flavors pumpkin pie? The version produced by McCormick, the world’s largest spice company, is a blend of cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, and ...
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The 40 Longest Rivers on Earth

Rivers -- a major source of water and food, as well as a means of transport, hydropower, waste disposal, and political boundaries -- have been integral in the development of ...
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The Surprising Stories Behind 50 Country Names

There are no rules governing the naming of places, countries or otherwise, and in many cases no accepted explanations of how they were named. Some names refer, or at least ...
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IPO News This Week: Chinese Electric Car Maker Nio Leads Off September

Last week's initial public offering (IPO) action amounted to two offerings that raised $975 million for two blank-check companies. After the IPO market's usual late summer holiday, five offerings are ...
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Los Alimentos Con la Vida útil de Más Larga

Algunos alimentos tienen una vida útil más larga por naturaleza y, si se almacenan en forma adecuada, se conservarán por meses o incluso años. Otros alimentos se echan a perder ...
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42 Mega Cities of the Ancient World

Among the most significant developments of the ancient world was the rise of cities. Urbanization is not a new phenomenon, and though many of today's metropolitan areas have populations in ...
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Toothpaste, Rum, Oreos, and 17 Other Things Flavored With Watermelon

Watermelon is summer. Or at least it’s one of the season's brightest, juiciest, most delicious symbols. Never mind that it's available all year long these days. In summertime, watermelon ...
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50 Highest Grossing Restaurants in America

The restaurant business is a tough one. The average lifespan of a restaurant is five years and by some estimates, up to 90% of new ones fail within the first ...
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​20 “Foreign” Foods That Are Really American

Cuisines all over the world adapt foods and techniques from other cultures. One of the most typical dishes of Japanese cooking, for instance, is tempura. But the Japanese learned how ...
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