1.) If you're looking for a candy to remind you of childhood – the very early years, you might want to consider checking out Lollyphile. The Texas-based candy company has released a breast-milk-flavored lollipop. The lollipop was inspired by the company's desire to figure out what exactly it is about breast milk that babies find so soothing. The company says: "We felt it was our responsibility to find out just what this flavor was that could turn a screaming, furious infant into a placid, contented one." The lollipops are on sale on their web site – 4 breast milk flavored pops are 10 dollars.
2.) If you’ld like to work for Beyonce you can, but it will cost you. That’s right, you need to pay Beyonce to work for her. Queen Bey is currently auctioning off the opportunity to be a member of her style team at an LA show next month. The winning bidder also gets a backstage tour, ample time with Beyonce’s mom Tina Knowles and a presumably-much-shorter amount of time with Beyonce herself, two VIP tickets to the show, and a gift bag containing "some of Beyonce's favorite things to have while she is on the road." Proceeds benefit the Knowles' Miss a Meal hunger campaign, and bidding is currently at $11,500.
3.) If you’ve been thinking of giving up meat, you’ll be interested to know that, according to a new study, vegetarians live longer. The Wall Street Journal reports the study tracked more than 70,000 Seventh-day Adventists, since their church promotes vegetarianism, as well as discouraging alcohol and tobacco use. Over the six years participants were tracked, those who didn't eat meat experienced 12% fewer deaths. And the vegetarians were particularly longer-lived when it came to heart disease, as well as in the areas of kidney failure and diabetes. One other discovery in the survey - Men are more protected by vegetarianism than women were.