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    • 24 MAY 13
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    Wedding weight loss: Do’s and don’ts for the big day

    Once the excitement of an engagement wears down, couples often turn their attention to planning the big day. There’s venue shopping, the struggle of creating the guest list and picking out the dress, to start. What’s often forgotten until the last minute, however, are any desires to get in shape before the wedding. “I think

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    • 24 MAY 13
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    Dog fatally poisoned by one penny

    Some dogs will eat just about anything, from chicken bones to plants to prescription pills. Common household items pose health danger to pets One poor pooch from Colo. lost her life after eating another item found commonly in households: a penny. That’s because pennies minted after 1982 contain zinc, which is a toxic substance to

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    • 23 MAY 13
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    Airway made by 3D printer saves infant’s life

    A 3D printer saved the life of a baby boy with a rare disease that kept him from breathing properly, doctors are reporting in the New England Journal of Medicine. The boy, Kaiba Gionfriddo of Ohio, had been diagnosed with severe tracheobronchomalacia, a rare respiratory condition that caused his airways to collapse, blocking the flow

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    • 23 MAY 13
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    Airway made by 3D printer saves infant’s life

    A 3D printer saved the life of a baby boy with a rare disease that kept him from breathing properly, doctors are reporting in the New England Journal of Medicine. The boy, Kaiba Gionfriddo of Ohio, had been diagnosed with severe tracheobronchomalacia, a rare respiratory condition that caused his airways to collapse, blocking the flow

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    • 23 MAY 13
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    Airway made by 3D printer saves infant’s life

    A 3D printer saved the life of a baby boy with a rare disease that kept him from breathing properly, doctors are reporting in the New England Journal of Medicine. The boy, Kaiba Gionfriddo of Ohio, had been diagnosed with severe tracheobronchomalacia, a rare respiratory condition that caused his airways to collapse, blocking the flow

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    • 23 MAY 13
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    Airway made by 3D printer saves infant’s life

    A 3D printer saved the life of a baby boy with a rare disease that kept him from breathing properly, doctors are reporting in the New England Journal of Medicine. The boy, Kaiba Gionfriddo of Ohio, had been diagnosed with severe tracheobronchomalacia, a rare respiratory condition that caused his airways to collapse, blocking the flow

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    • 23 MAY 13
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    Airway made by 3D printer saves infant’s life

    A 3D printer saved the life of a baby boy with a rare disease that kept him from breathing properly, doctors are reporting in the New England Journal of Medicine. The boy, Kaiba Gionfriddo of Ohio, had been diagnosed with severe tracheobronchomalacia, a rare respiratory condition that caused his airways to collapse, blocking the flow

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    • 23 MAY 13
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    Airway made by 3D printer saves infant’s life

    A 3D printer saved the life of a baby boy with a rare disease that kept him from breathing properly, doctors are reporting in the New England Journal of Medicine. The boy, Kaiba Gionfriddo of Ohio, had been diagnosed with severe tracheobronchomalacia, a rare respiratory condition that caused his airways to collapse, blocking the flow

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    • 23 MAY 13
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    Airway made by 3D printer saves infant’s life

    A 3D printer saved the life of a baby boy with a rare disease that kept him from breathing properly, doctors are reporting in the New England Journal of Medicine. The boy, Kaiba Gionfriddo of Ohio, had been diagnosed with severe tracheobronchomalacia, a rare respiratory condition that caused his airways to collapse, blocking the flow

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    • 23 MAY 13
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    Details emerge about Poland’s first face transplant

    A 33-year-old Polish man received a face transplant just three weeks after being disfigured in a workplace accident, in what his doctors said Wednesday is the fastest time frame to date for such an operation. It was Poland’s first face transplant. Face transplants are extraordinarily complicated and relatively rare procedures that usually require extensive preparation,

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    • 23 MAY 13
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    Fluoride won’t be added to Portland, Ore. water, voters decide

    PORTLAND, Ore.Portland, Oregon officials had hoped to add fluoride to the city’s water supply, after the City Council approved a plan last September in the largest city to hold out on fluoridation. On Wednesday, however, Portland’s mayor conceded defeat in the measure following a public vote. With more than 80 percent of the expected ballots

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    • 23 MAY 13
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    Fluoride won’t be added to Portland, Ore. water, voters decide

    PORTLAND, Ore.Portland, Oregon officials had hoped to add fluoride to the city’s water supply, after the City Council approved a plan last September in the largest city to hold out on fluoridation. On Wednesday, however, Portland’s mayor conceded defeat in the measure following a public vote. With more than 80 percent of the expected ballots

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    • 23 MAY 13
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    Fluoride won’t be added to Portland, Ore. water, voters decide

    PORTLAND, Ore.Portland, Oregon officials had hoped to add fluoride to the city’s water supply, after the City Council approved a plan last September in the largest city to hold out on fluoridation. On Wednesday, however, Portland’s mayor conceded defeat in the measure following a public vote. With more than 80 percent of the expected ballots

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    • 23 MAY 13
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    Fluoride won’t be added to Portland, Ore. water, voters decide

    PORTLAND, Ore.Portland, Oregon officials had hoped to add fluoride to the city’s water supply, after the City Council approved a plan last September in the largest city to hold out on fluoridation. On Wednesday, however, Portland’s mayor conceded defeat in the measure following a public vote. With more than 80 percent of the expected ballots

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