Media Mash: 5 foods you're eating wrong, soda-Keurig pods & peanut-allergy cures


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HellaWella’s Media Mash is a weekly feature listing the latest and most interesting health-and-wellness stories we’ve read in the past week, pulled from the Web and linked for your convenience.


  • Here’s how one New Yorker turned his tiny apartment into a smart home for $300. [Business Insider]


  • These are five foods you probably eat — and how you’re probably eating them wrong. [Time Healthland]


  • Overate this weekend? Don’t worry. Your waistline will bounce back. [CNN]


  • The Copenhagen Zoo caused outrage Sunday when it destroyed a healthy 18-month-old giraffe. Yorkshire Wildlife Park was one of the zoos that offered to take him and was turned down. [Independent]


  • Orange juice might not deserve its healthy reputation after all. [Atlantic]


  • Check out what an omega-3-rich diet does to these monkeys' brains. [Popular Science]


  • Attention, everyone who is still listening to Jenny McCarthy: This is what vaccines can do. [BBC


  • You may think it's a pain in the neck, but your brain thinks math is beautiful. [BBC]


  • Scientists score a world first in an ambitious experiment that aims to recreate the conditions at the heart of the sun and pave the way for nuclear fusion reactors. Science is hot, y'all. [Guardian]


  • Coca-Cola is collaborating with Keurig to build a pod-based at-home cold beverage dispenser. [Popular Science]


  • A cure for peanut allergies might not be too far in the future. [Daily Meal]