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Personal Finance Daily: Tim Tebow on investing and an aspirin a day might not keep heart attacks away after all

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Drinking two or more sugary sodas or sports drinks a day linked with early death — especially in women

New research associates sugar-sweetened beverages with early mortality — but artificially sweetened beverages are not much safer, especially for women.

Parents can spend up to $47,000 per year to help their children apply for college

Most families don’t pay bribes to get their kids into school, but wealth certainly confers an advantage.

An aspirin a day might not keep heart attacks away after all

New guidelines now warn low-dose aspirin “should rarely be used” to prevent heart attacks and stroke in people over 70 or without known cardiovascular disease.

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