• The Twinkie is the newest junk food item to be remade and repackaged in 100-calorie snack packs called "Twinkie Bites." • A Quebec entrepreneur has created a special ring for the single and approachable to help other singles find an eligible mate in a world where marriage is becoming less and less common. • A woman born with a winemark on her face shares her experience of playground teasing and later acceptance. • Just what we need, another ladymag, except this one is called Sue and is targeted at female litigators. •• A new study has found that pregnant women who consume a small amount of caffeine (like a daily cup of coffee) increase their risk of giving birth to an underweight baby. • The Lamberth council in south London allocated £90,000 today to be spent next year to have reflexologists give foot rubs to badly behaved children. • The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced the HPV has been linked to 25,000 cases of cervical, mouth and anal cancers from 1998 to 2003. • German scientists say that there is no substantial link between birth control pill use and weight gain. • An Albany county coroner in Wyoming claims that the record of Matthew Shepard's autopsy was missing when he took over in 2007 but the pathologist that conducted the autopsy says he has a spare copy. • Female print and television journalists in Saudi Arabia share their stories of discrimination and second-class status in a country that is beginning to show signs of accepting more women in the workplace. • Doll-enthusiast and born-again Catholic Anne Rice doesn't write about vampires anymore but she does have a new memoir coming out that was written in the style of St. Augustine's Confessions. • New research claims that there is a direct correlation between the number of places to buy alcohol in a neighborhood and the amount of male on female domestic violence in that neighborhood. •
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