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Weekend Link Love - Edition 516

3 days ago   |   By Mark's Daily Apple

Research of the Week
Sugar may alter collagen synthesis in the joints, increasing the risk of osteoarthritis .
Homo erectus: “ YOLO !!”
US pollution levels have dropped dramatically.
More religious parents, fewer suicidal thoughts .
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