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Judge: Graphic cigarette labels unconstitutional

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

Cigarette warning: Judge says graphic cigarette warning labels are unconstitutional. (Time)

Disney's dumb move: Walt Disney World is retooling an Epcot exhibit targeting childhood obesity after critics complained that it stigmatized overweight kids. (USA Today)

Fit at 92: At the age of 74, Ralph Maxwell took a look at his body in shame and disgust, describing himself as a “flabby couch potato slob.” He decided to get healthy and last year was named “USA Track and Field Male Athlete of the Year." He's 92. (Men's Health Magazine)

Contraception controversy: The Senate shot down a proposal Thursday to allow employers to deny coverage to workers for birth control on religious grounds. (LiveWellNebraska)

Stop exercising?: Researchers have embraced a new approach to studying the effects of inactivity. They've imposed the condition on people who otherwise would be exercising, in some cases by sentencing them to bed rest. (New York Times)

VIDEO: A restaurant in Spain cooks its food over a volcano. Check out the video below. (Huffington Post)

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