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  • 9 Celebrities Who Are Secretly Iowans

    Ashton Kutcher

    Everyone's favorite That '70s Show star may be the golden boy of Hollywood today, but did you know that he was a boy on the golden plains of Cedar Rapids, Iowa back in the actual '70s?


    Lara Flynn Boyle

    This sexy Red Rock West star made her career on The Road to Wellville, but her Happiness all began in Davenport, Iowa.

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  • 7 Reasons You Should Start Dating a Curler

    1. They're disciplined. Even Olympic curlers have commitments beyond their sport. If they can wake up at 5:30 am for practice before work, they probably have the kind of self-discipline that's essential for a successful relationship.

    2. You can hook up with them on the ice. Just grab a throw pillow to ward off the frostbite.

    3. They know how to clean up (in bed). Athletes are health-conscious, eat well and keep themselves in fighting shape. Translation: They'll have the energy to keep up with you. If a curler's bedroom were a restaurant, it would get raves on Yelp. "Exceptional, and what attentive service!"

    4. They know how to clean up, period. To score big in curling, these elite athletes mop the ice with specially-designed brooms. All the more reason to score with them.

    5. Their attire. Who doesn't love a man or woman in uniform? Best part: You can borrow their pajamas after the match is over.

    6. Instant turn-on: cheering them on. Whether you're at a sports bar or the ice rink, it's extra-fun to watch sports when you're watching the one you love.

    7. They're probably Canadian. Or at least Scandinavian. If you're tired of dates who aren't polite, here's your answer.

    Have you ever dated a curler? What did you love about it?

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  • Make This Now! Salad Pops

    Love those trendy cake pops but hate the sugar-and-calorie overload? (Let's face it, nobody can eat just one.) Here's a better-for-you treat that's every bit as adorable as the original, with the added benefit of wholesome veggies.

    salad pops ingredients

    You need: a prepared salad, a can of frosting (any flavor), a package of chocolate candy coating wafers, lollipop sticks and sprinkles (optional).

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  • 8 Pictures of Kale

    EVERYONE who is anyone is talking about kale nowadays, so we put this photo gallery together to make sure you don't make a fool out of yourself again by confusing it with Swiss chard.

    Move over boyfriend jeans, kale is the new "must have" this season. Only this trend also cleans out your colon!

    (Photo by April Brimer/Flicker/Getty Images)

    Kale is the superfood's superfood! When a broccoli or orange get cancer, it's usually because they didn't eat enough kale.

    (Photo by Brian Hagiwara/FoodPix/Getty Images)

    Chips are bad for you. Instead, make kale chips and dip them in nacho cheese. YUM!

    (Photo by Jupiterimages/Comstock Images/Getty Images)

    Kale is also whimsical. Plant it in your garden and pretend you're a huge giant stomping through the forest. (Replant as necessary.)

    (Photo by Photo by Arco Images/De Cuveland Justus/Getty Images)

    Due to its popularity, kale is relatively inexpensive. In fact, sometimes people will just walk up to you and try to hand you some, like this guy.

    (Photo by Tetra Images/Getty Images)

    Kale is also inexpensive because the workers who pick it are paid in the Vitamin D their bodies generate from being in the sun all day.

    (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images News/Getty Images)

    No wonder everybody loves kale: Its heart (top) and blood (bottom) look just like ours!

    (Photos by Patrizia Savarese/Digital Vision/Getty Images Bottom; Eco Images/Universal Images Group/Getty Images)

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  • The Scary Truth About Greek Yogurt

    Greek yogurt is rich, creamy and packed with energy-boosting protein — up to 10 grams more than standard yogurt varieties, depending on the brand. No wonder it's become the #1 breakfast choice for thousands of Americans, not to mention a go-to afternoon snack.

    But this dairy delight has a dark secret.

    A new study conducted by researchers in New York City reveals that Greek yogurt may cause dizziness, headaches and nausea when consumed shortly after drinking 1.5 to two bottles of wine.


    Are You at Risk?

    Study participants were women in their twenties and thirties. None of them reported serious pre-existing conditions, but several were nearsighted and wore corrective lenses. Approximately one-third of the participants owned cats and another 15% said they would own a cat if not for allergies.

    Researchers noted that the wine subjects consumed fell in the $9 to $12 price range.


    A.M. Agony

    Per study guidelines, the women sipped their vino between the hours of 8 p.m. and 1 a.m., hitting the sack around 2 a.m. Upon rising five hours later, they chowed down on their usual morning fuel — good old Greek yogurt.

    Except this time it wasn't so good. Sixty percent of study subjects felt sick within fifteen minutes of finishing the yogurt. Of those, 18% vomited. Half the women in the study experienced a mild to moderate headache, dizziness or both within an hour of waking — a time frame that coincided with their yogurt consumption.


    Bottom Line

    You don't need to give up Greek yogurt — at least not yet. More research is needed to understand the link between Greek yogurt and women who drink 1.5 to two bottles of wine. If you're worried, reach for another high-protein breakfast — like canned sardines — after a night of drinking.

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