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Sunday, August 04, 2013
Most Emailed Stories from NPR: Mysterious Dancing Lights In Afghanistan Plus 4 More Stories
On certain nights, as helicopters settle on the sandy ground in Afghanistan, the air mysteriously bursts into loops of light that trace the path of the helicopter blades; no one's sure what causes this; no one knows what to call these dazzling light displays — but a war photographer has given them a name — and thereby hangs a tale.
The idea of intermittent mini-fasting seems to be gaining traction. The appeal: Dieters have to restrict calories for only two days a week. Research suggests this approach is more effective than trying to cut back on calories 24/7.
A rare parasite has sickened at least 315 people across 14 states, health officials said. The culprit is cyclospora, a food-borne bug that causes wicked diarrhea. People typically catch the parasite from contaminated produce, but the source of this outbreak is still unknown.
Pesky parasites take hold and damaging judgments about weight leave a mark. Most Emailed Stories from NPR: Mysterious Dancing Lights In Afghanistan Plus 4 More Stories Media Radio NPR, Medicine Health dieting weight, World Middle East Afghanistan, *****