Caffeinated Cracker Jacks concerns consumer group

Cracker Jacks are about get a caffeinated kick.

Frito-Lay is set to release a new version of the 105-year-old snack called Cracker Jack’D with some flavors that contain caffeine, and a consumer watchdog is crying foul.

The Center for Science in the Public Interest says the snacks, along with a few others it flags, are a violation of Food and Drug Administration law. The FDA only considers additive caffeine safe for cola-type beverages if it contains only 0.02 percent and has no such standards for snacks and other products, according to the consumer group.

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Sorry boys, size DOES matter: Scientific journal confirms men’s worst bedroom fear

If you are a man who has been cursed with a less than generous handout in the pants department you might want to look away now.

New research by the Journal of Sexual Medicine has shown that contrary to popular (wishful?) thinking penis size does matter when it comes to pleasing a woman in bed.

The good news is that it only matters for some women and some types of orgasms.

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Nail biting is more than a bad habit: Experts to classify the addiction as a mental disorder

Millions of people around the world suffer from a self-mutilating and often painful addiction to biting their nails, which can be harder to quit than smoking cigarettes, but is often overlooked as a relatively benign habit.
Medical experts are now taking a closer look at the addiction and have decided to change its classification from a mere habit to a full-fledged obsessive-compulsive disorder.

The American Psychiatric Association is preparing to change the designation of nail biting from ‘not otherwise classified,’ to ‘obsessive compulsive disorder’ in its upcoming issue of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, NBC News reported.

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Air New Zealand unveil hilarious Hobbit-themed video featuring cast and crew from the film

Judging by the passengers on board this plane, it must be heading over the Misty Mountains and straight for Middle Earth.

Hobbits and elves are squashed in next to Orcs and wizards on board the cramped flight – suggesting the latest movie adaptation of a J.R.R Tolkien classic has been given a modern twist.

But Lord Of The Rings fans can breathe a sign of relief, as the scene is taken from Air New Zealand’s new in-flight safety video, which even features a cameo from director Sir Peter Jackson along with one of Tolkien’s most famous characters – Gollum.

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