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  1. Science

    Science Has Found a Cure for Optimism in Case You Were Feeling Good About Today

    People often have a problem with "unrealistic optimism," which is an underestimation of the likelihood of future misfortune also known as "what gets us through the day." Don't worry; science has found a way to turn off that optimism and make you realize that the world is an empty hole of misery and death. Thanks, science!

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  2. Science

    A Pretty Disgusting Japanese Pickled Turnip Might Actually Stop The Flu

    Japanese scientists have discovered that a strain of bacteria found in "suguki," a horrifying-looking pickled turnip being lauded by awful people as a "superfood," could actually stop you from getting the flu. It's sort of a toss-up here between whether you'd rather get influenza or drink the guts of a pickled turnip.

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  3. Science

    ‘Functional Cure’ Developed For Infants With HIV

    A team of researchers at Johns Hopkins University and the University of Mississippi have announced that a new type of treatment using standard HIV drugs has the potential to be a functional cure for children who were born with the disease. That's great news, and certainly impressive, but it leaves us wondering -- what exactly does a 'funtional cure' mean for people living with HIV and AIDS?

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  4. Weird

    Unpretentiousil Offers a Fake But Hilarious Cure for the Hipster Condition [Video]

    People like to hate on hipsters -- self-identified or otherwise -- for a variety of reasons, but the actual definition of the word is still debated heavily across the Internet. For the most part, people seem to agree that hipsters are the folks that folks that conform to a series of traditional nonconformist philosophies, thus becoming conformists. How do you stop hipsters from being hipsters? Well, that's where Unpretentiousil comes in. The video explains it all.

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  5. Science

    Breakthrough May Lead to Curing Common Cold

    The Medical Research Council has shown that antibodies can actually move inside cells and fight viruses from the inside, opposed to the previous way antibodies were thought to work, which is by blocking or attacking viruses from the outside.

    It is believed this discovery can lead to a cure or at least much more effective treatment for various nagging virus-induced ailments, such as the common cold and winter vomiting.

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