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Researchers Say Eating Hot Dogs Could Subtract Time From Your Life

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Customers walks into a McDonald's restaurant, in London on Aug. 24. McDonald's says it has pulled milkshakes from the menu in all 1,250 of its British restaurants because of supply problems stemming from a shortage of truck drivers. Alastair Grant/AP hide caption

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McDonald's Is Out Of Milkshakes In The U.K. And A Truck Driver Shortage Is To Blame

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating two salmonella outbreaks that are tied to Italian-style meats like salami and prosciutto that are often used for charcuterie boards. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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Plants Modified With Human Protein FTO Are 50% Larger, Researchers Say

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Starbucks beat its own record this year, rolling out the pumpkin spice latte a full 24 hours earlier than it did last year. Still, it lags behind the Aug. 18 Dunkin's rollout of a similar beverage. Chelsea Kyle/Starbucks hide caption

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Sister Doris Engelhard, a 72-year-old Franciscan nun and master brewer at the Mallersdorf Abbey brewery in northeastern Bavaria. Lena Mucha for NPR hide caption

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A Pilgrimage To Meet Germany's Last Beer-Brewing Nun

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The FDA sent a warning letter to Midwestern Pet Foods after an inspection found high levels of aflatoxin in their food and poor food safety programs. Here, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier is pictured. Jack Taylor/Getty Images hide caption

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Saweetie speaks at Sprite's Live from the Label Virtual Concert Series in Los Angeles. The best-selling rapper recently became the latest celebrity to have her own branded meal at McDonald's. Rich Fury/Getty Images for Sprite hide caption

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A Lot Of Us Like McDonald's Burgers But Don Gorske Loves Them

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Beninese chef and cookbook author Valerie Vinakpon, center, is coming up with novel ways to present her country's fare, hoping to get people excited about Beninese cooking. Above, she talks to High On The Hog co-hosts Jessica B. Harris, left, and Stephen Satterfield, right, at her restaurant Saveurs du Benin. Netflix hide caption

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A combination of dependency on tips and requirements to appear positive on the job — "service with a smile" — contributes to a culture of sexual harassment in the service industry, a new study says. Ringo H.W. Chiu/AP hide caption

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Anthony Bourdain: The 'Fresh Air' Interview

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