GOOD DAY FOR:
A man who won $50,000 after betting that the first score of the Super Bowl would be a Giants safety vows to give his winnings to charity. [Huffington Post]
Walmart rolls out new "Great For You" labels that will be displayed on healthy food items to entice buyers to buy more fruits and veggies. [The Consumerist]
Pennsylvania's Shippensburg University starts offering students the emergency contraception pill Plan B through a vending machine. [The Daily What]
BAD DAY FOR:
Boastful male drivers
A new study shows that women are better than men at parking cars. [Discovery News]
Knowing who's on your team
A spectator at the ticker-tape parade celebrating the New York Giants Super Bowl win tells a reporter that she came out to see New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez. [Business Insider]
A beloved Hollywood dog
Trainers reveal that Uggie, the retiring canine star of the hit movie The Artist, has a mysterious neurological disorder that causes him to shake. [Newser]
For more winners and losers see: Good day, bad day: February 6, 2012
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