Did Ramen Noodles—Gasp!—Just Become Healthy?

Ramen isn't going to be the next superfood, but it's a little better than before.

Ramen!

Ramen noodles: the mainstay of broke students, bad cooks, and the working poor everywhere. Designed to have a long shelf-life, the high salt content of these noodles is well known, with a single brick of the noodles having more than half of the FDA-recommended daily sodium intake. Such a high salt content is a common thing among processed foods, and has been an element of the noodles since they were introduced in the seventies.

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NASA Is Ready For Trump's New Policy Team

In response to the president elect, NASA's leadership is developing strategies for continuing deep space exploration in the event of budget change or stagnation. 

A recent article by Stephen Clark for Spaceflight Now articulates NASA’s aims and plans in the wake of the recent American presidential election. The president-elect and his colleagues have said very little about what the upcoming administration’s treatment of NASA will be. From the scant details available, it seems that Donald Trump’s aim is to have NASA focus on human spaceflight and deep space exploration while cutting down on studies in climate science. 

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