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posted by October 17 at 8:17 AMon
Exposed to hormones on a regular basis (in food, in high-testosterone skin creams), kids around the world are experiencing preschool puberty. Speaking of which, the FDA approves meat and milk from clones.
Exploitation for a good cause: Tibetan refugees hold a Miss Tibet swimsuit competition to “raise awareness” of their plight.
Expunged criminal record? Via the internet, it’s still there to haunt you.
Exciting espresso: Starbucks recalls it’s extravegantly-named “Barista Aroma Stainless Steel Eight-Cup Coffee Brewer” after 23 reports of defective wiring. (And complaints about its reeking barista aroma?)
Expelling obesity from the happiest place on Earth, Disney will now only lend its licensing to healthy foods.
Expose: Washington title insurance companies pass on the costs of pricey wining-and-dining of real estate agents to consumers.