The Checkup: There’s a Cool New Rail Trail Project Proposed in Bucks County

And more click-worthy headlines that caught our eye.

• Community advocates in Bucks County are working hard to generate support for a new Newtown Rail Trail project that would convert 8.4 miles of an old SEPTA rail line into a multi-use path. The path would connect to the Pennypack Trail in Montgomery County which, in turn, would get you to Philly. So imagine: Biking from Bucks to Center City. Who’s in? [Bucks County Courier Times

• In other local news, check out this crazy story about a Camden man who recently underwent a rare heart and liver transplant at Temple University Hospital. [Courier-Post]

• Here, your burning health questions answered, including: “Do you really need to cover the toilet seat with toilet paper?” (Short answer: no.) [U.S. News and World Report]

• The very convincing case for saying “no” sometimes. [Huffington Post]

• What’s the best way to lose weight? Here’s what experts have to say. [TIME]

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