Our last question asked: What caused a big stir at the National Zoo (and all over D.C.) over the weekend? Pregnant panda Mei Xiang gave birth to baby twin pandas on Saturday. Double baby joy!
Congratulations to communicator Dagmar Ebaugh for being the very first to get that right! Honorable mentions go out to Sara Jacobson, Craig Pittman, Anna Holland (who could barely contain her excitement while answering), Thomas Feyer (who adds a "cuteness alert!" advisory), Brianna Gurciullo, Lori Friedman, Annie M. Dance, Eric Francis (who calls it a ": Two-for-one special on cute"), Marilyn Terrell, Samantha McCain, Charlotte LoBuono (who asks "Have you seen their pics? Lil' cuties!"), Jessica M. Pasko (who remarks "One baby panda is cute but two is absolutely ridiculous"), KathyatChrysler, Alex Bryant, Ken Walker (who invokes the oh-so-apropos "Panda Watch" meme from Anchorman), Berkley, Virginia Alimenti, Margo Howard (who notes that, for the moment, "They look like bald mice"), Cindi Lash, Chris Lombardi (who adds a hashtag indicating she might #needinsulinshot for all the sugary cuteness), M Edward/Ed Borasky (who gets alliterative with his answer of "Pondering the pandemonium of pontificating pantheism to ponderous pandas"), Tiffany R. Jansen (who adds "Congrats Mei Xiang!"), John Wall, Hollywood Highlands, Becky Yerak, Robert Fortner (who notes these "giant pandas" will have "a long way to go to fulfill [their] type"), Bill Hartzer and Kate Morrissey for all getting that exactly right, as well.
As for today's question, here it is: According to the New York Times, what is the one health myth that "will not die?"
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... We’ll announce the winners in the next Daily!