Leafing through a recent edition of Baby Boomer News, a local publication that doesn't actually seem geared to baby boomers and which seldom contains any actual news, the Fly discovered an advertisement for a product called Noni Juice. This elixir promises those who imbibe a "great night's sleep." Noni Juice can (according to the advertisement) be used for pain, high blood pressure, diabetes, sugar cravings, and depression. The downside: Noni is Italisn for "grandmother," and the whole idea of drinking "granny juice" is -- well -- just a little gross.

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