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Advertisements like this one for Nature White cosmetics are common in Abidjan, the economic capital of Ivory Coast. This ad claims to offer "the spectrum of luxury" with its snail slime-based products.

Skin-lightening products popular in Ivory Coast despite government ban

In this Oct. 1, 2015, photo, meat scientist  Bob Danler prepares a sample of ground beef for testing at GreatO Premium Foods in Manhattan, Kan. The company is marketing beef with omega-3 fatty acids from cattle fed flaxseed with an eye to offering health-conscious consumers another wholesome dinner choice. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

Healthier steaks, burgers on the way?

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FILE - In this Monday, July 16, 2012, file photo, Johnson & Johnson products are displayed in Orlando, Fla. Johnson & Johnson reported, Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2015, a 29 percent drop in third-quarter earnings, hammered by plunging sales of its hepatitis C medicine and unfavorable currency exchange rates that reduced the value of overseas sales. Its year-ago results had also included a big gain from selling a diagnostics business. (AP Photo/John Raoux, File)

Johnson & Johnson posts mixed 3Q results, authorizes buyback

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Dog poop painted Beaver orange to highlight health concern

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In this Monday, Oct. 12, 2015 photo, Steven Assanti, 33, rests in bed at Kent Hospital in Warwick, R.I. Assanti, of Cranston and who weighs nearly 800 pounds, said he was kicked out of another hospital for ordering pizza. Assanti said he is determined to slim down and hopes to eventually drop to 180 pounds. He said a surgeon read about him and offered to fly him to Texas to help him lose weight so he can have gastric bypass surgery. (AP Photo/Jennifer McDermott)

800-pound Rhode Island man says he’s determined to slim down

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