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Study shows teens mimic blockbuster drinking

A roundup of bite-sized health news from around the web:

Box-office binge drinking: Researchers in Europe have found that teens who watch scenes with alcohol use increase their risk of binge drinking. (CNN)

Salt-soaked bread: People get twice as much sodium from bread as they do from potato chips, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (USA Today)

Beyoncé and breast-feeding: Is Beyoncé truly the breast-feeding crusader that lactivists are making her out to be, or is she just another mom with a hungry baby in tow? (Time)

Medical bills upset credit: When a debt collector goes after you for a late medical bill, your credit can suffer - even if you quickly pay up. (LiveWellNebraska)

Is Zumba really Latin dance?: Zumba dance classes are all the rage, but some critics say the fitness craze shouldn't be considered Latin dance. (NPR)

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