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Fast Food Burgers Discovered To Contain Traces Of Rat And HUMAN DNA! Read The Disgusting Report!

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It's pretty hard to resist chomping down on a nice, juicy burger, but this new study will definitely make you lose your appetite.

Food testing company Clear Labs has discovered that some burgers contain traces of rat and even human DNA!

From a sample of 258 restaurant burgers, researchers found three burgers with rat DNA, and one frozen vegetarian burger with human DNA! Yuck!

Related: McDonald's Is Trying Out ALL YOU CAN EAT French Fries!

As for the presence of human DNA, the report states:

"The most likely cause is hair, skin, or fingernail that was accidentally mixed in during the manufacturing process."

Still gross, but not Soylent Green gross.

The research also found there are "gaps" in food safety and quality standards, as the report continues:

"What many consumers don't know is that some amounts of human and rat DNA may fall within an acceptable regulatory range."

Aside from the foreign DNA, other shocking findings concluded that almost a quarter of vegetarian burgers had different ingredients than advertised on the label — two veggie burgers contained beef, and one black bean burger had NO black beans in it! Ugh!

Related: Burger King Unveils 'Angriest' Whopper With A BRIGHT RED BUN!

If that's not enough to be nervous about, 4.3 percent of the burgers contained pathogenic DNA — which can cause food poisoning.

Oh, and also 12 burgers in the study contained over 100 more calories than advertised.

WHERE IS YOUR BEEF NOW!?

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Sandra Lee Is Cancer Free! Watch Her Get Candid About Undergoing A Double Mastectomy On GMA!

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In March, Sandra Lee was diagnosed with stage 1 breast cancer and underwent a double mastectomy in May.

On Tuesday, the Food Network star was happy to share the fantastic news that she is now cancer free!

Related: Shannen Doherty Opens Up About Her Cancer Diagnosis

Speaking on Good Morning America, she said:

"Last time I came and I shared with you some very bad news, but this time I'm coming to share with you that my doctors have said I am cancer free and I am ready to go."

AH-Mazing!

Lee explained to Robin Roberts that while she was going to wait to decide if she wanted to receive reconstruction surgery, her decision to undergo a double mastectomy was a no-brainer.

The chef revealed

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Panda Lies Its Butt Off For Perks! The Sneaky Animal Faked A Pregnancy For Two Months For Better Food!

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Who knew pandas were so sneaky?!

Earlier this week, a panda in China named Ai Hin was totally caught red-handed for faking a pregnancy.

For two months, six year old Ai Hin fooled his caretakers by exhibiting typical pregnancy symptoms like decreased appetite and activity levels.

Uhm, so why would a panda make-up a pregnancy?

Ai Hin's caretaker's revealed:

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Medical Miracle! Watch! A Brain Implant Is Allowing This Man To Move His Arm Again After Being Paralyzed From The Neck Down!

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Science, for the win!

Four years ago, a tragic diving accident paralyzed Ian Burkhart, leaving him unable to move his arms or legs. Until this week…

The 23-year-old quadriplegic patient has been working with surgeons at the Ohio State University and researchers at the Battelle Memorial Institute on a new technology called Neurobridge.

Using an implant inserted and connected to Ian’s brain, he’s able to move his arm and hand using his own thoughts for the first time since his accident!

Incredible!

But how does it work??

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Centipede Eats Its Way OUT Of Snake's Belly! Snake Literally Bit Off More Than It Could Chew!

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A snake tried to eat a centipede but bit off more than it could chew... the centipede burst out of the snake's stomach before dying!

Researchers in Macedonia came across a pretty crazy sight: a young snake tried to eat a giant centipede and they both ended up dying.

The crazy part is, the snake got the best of the centipede, eating it whole — but we guess the young female nose-horned viper didn't kill its prey! Instead, it ate the centipede alive!

This was no small centipede either! It was huge, weighing more than

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Are Sutures A Thing Of The Past? Check Out The Medical Breakthrough That Can Change Surgery Forever!

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It looks like the days of getting poked with a needle after surgery might be long gone!

Researchers at the University of Maryland may have developed a new alternative to sutures and stitches which would require nothing more than applying a material directly to an incision!

Not only does this new material hold the skin together, but it also protects the

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Autism Starts In The Womb According To New Study! Science Trumps Anti-Vaccine Promoters!

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A new study has found that autism likely starts in the womb during brain development!

Wow, this is pretty big. New research has shown that autism could begin in the womb.

Scientists have new evidence that suggests autism begins in early pregnancy, when development of the brain's cortex is disrupted.

Researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and the Allen Institute for Brain Science analyzed the genes in brain tissues of deceased children, which helped saved the lives of others.

A professor of neurosciences and director of the Autism Center of Excellence at UC San Diego said:

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