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Your Day in Health: December 11

No apples for Ronda Rousey

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Your Day in Health: December 11

No apples for Ronda Rousey

ESPN: Ronda Says She's Down But Not Out

"The stitches in her lip are still dissolving. The side of her face was kicked so hard, a few of her teeth still feel unstable. 'It might be three to six months before I can eat an apple, let alone take an impact,' she says." Read full story.

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Refinery29: A Staggering Number Of U.S. Hospitals Don't Require Staff Flu Shots

"A study recently published in the journal Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology found that less than half of all hospitals in the United States require employees to get the flu shot." Read full story.

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NY TIMES: Some Tropicana And Other PepsiCo Products To Carry Non-GMO Project Seal

"Labels on Tropicana Pure Premium orange juice and four of its brand siblings will begin carrying early next year an increasingly familiar certification — the butterfly seal conferred by the Non-GMO Project, a nonprofit group that verifies products as being free of genetically engineered ingredients. The decision to add the seal to Tropicana is notable because its parent, PepsiCo, has been one of the biggest opponents of state efforts to impose labeling requirements on such foods." Read full story.

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