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Bringing spacey lunar vibes to your book stacks, Bronsen's Concrete Moon Bookends are as functional as they are beautiful. Designed to keep your most treasured books safe, secure and on prime display, these pieces are hand-textured and painted meaning each is especially one-of-a-kind. Perfect for gifting season and all-round spectacular, pick up the pair below.

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A beginner’s guide to infusing your gut with fresh helpings of “good bacteria.” In a world in which our bottomless passion for health and wellness has culminated in the widespread availability of things like goat yoga, the rise of probiotics—bacteria carefully selected and voluntarily ingested in order to promote better "gut health," and thus better bowel movements—doesn’t even crack the top decile of unsettling-sounding fitness fads. Yet many of the 60 million U.S. adults who suffer from some form of digestive disease are using these products to treat everything from indigestion to Crohn’s, and today the probiotics industry is valued at over $40 billion. Bacteria, it turns out, is lucrative stuff.

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