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It's National Donut Day! Here's How to Celebrate in a Healthy Way

It's National Donut Day! Here's How to Celebrate in a Healthy Way

Health
If you haven't heard the news, let us do your tastebuds a favor: It's one of two–yes, two!–National Donut Days! While many chains like Krispy Kreme and Dunkin’ Donuts offer free donuts for customers on the June version of the holiday, we're not above celebrating this tasty "holiday" twice. Before you indulge, brush up on this “indulge smarter” advice:RELATED: 5 Decadent (Healthy!) Chocolate Recipes Skip the novelty donuts Sometimes, being basic is a good thing: Less-adorned donuts will (usually) be lower in calories. (Not so surprising, perhaps, but s...
Real-life 'A League of Their Own' players celebrate 75th anniversary

Real-life 'A League of Their Own' players celebrate 75th anniversary

Sports
June 5 (UPI) -- It wasn't a hard decision to make at the time for 15-year-old Katie Horstman: Stay home to babysit, milk cows and feed the hogs, or become a professional baseball player? She chose the latter, of course, but the cow milking still came in handy. Horstman, 83, calls what happened next the greatest part of her life. The former Fort Wayne Daisies star played in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League for the final four years of its existence. The league, celebrating its 75th anniversary this year, would later serve as the inspiration for the iconic film A League of Their Own. The original players will be participating in interviews, events, appearances at the MLB All-Star FanFest, and throwing out first pitches, all leading up to a league reunion in September. Hor...
U2 celebrate Jo Cox on Joshua Tree tour

U2 celebrate Jo Cox on Joshua Tree tour

Entertainment
Rock band U2 paid an emotional tribute to murdered MP Jo Cox as they brought their Joshua Tree tour to the UK.Bono, who worked with the MP on the Make Poverty History campaign, dedicated Ultraviolet (Light My Way) to her memory."She lived her life championing the lives of others," he told the audience at London's Twickenham Stadium.Mrs Cox, 41, was shot and stabbed in June last year during the EU referendum campaign.The tribute was one of several moments when U2 paused to acknowledge global events, including the recent terror attacks in Manchester and London.For their encore, the band asked Noel Gallagher on stage to sing Don't Look Back In Anger, which became an unofficial anthem of resilience in Manchester after a suicide bomber killed 22 fans outside an Ariana Grande concert in May.Gall...