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The key to long-lasting love

A roundup of bite-sized health news from around the web.

Long-lasting love: The key to a lasting romance isn't trust, communication or even an active sex life, says a new study. It's oxytocin. (Huffington Post)

Inhaling helium: An eighth-grader from Oregon died after inhaling helium at a party earlier this month. Now her grieving parents are warning other families of the dangers of peer pressure. (MSNBC)

Sugar source: There's too much added sugars in kids' diets, and processed foods, not beverages, are to blame, new data shows. (USA Today)

The baby business: A British woman is pregnant with her ninth and tenth surrogate babies. She's expected to deliver shortly before she turns 48. (Time)

VIDEO: Irish ultramarathon runner Richard Donovan ran seven marathons on seven continents in less than five days. Check out his interview with CNN below. (CNN)

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