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Oliver And Irene Bogler, Married Cancer Researchers, Diagnosed With Breast

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Researchers at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill found that postmenopausal or reproductive-age women in their study who exercised the most — from 10 to 19 hours each week — had a 30 percent <a … who were healthy at the time that they …
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Boyfriends charged in separate Lebanon assaults with hair dryer, bottle

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Hoehlein was driving west in heavy traffic when her car struck the rear of a vehicle driven by Kris E. Delucca, 23, Statesville, N.C., as traffic came to a stop. … The man, who sustained a leg injury, was located but refused treatment. … DRUG …
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Pork Contamination: Valid cause for concern or advocacy scare tactic?

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A major pork producer, Smithfield, says ractopamine is "a safe and effective Food and Drug Administration-approved feed supplement that has been widely used in the hog farming industry for many years." The levels Consumer Reports found … "Consumers …
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SWFAS, Lee Mental Health Center considering consolidation

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Two of Lee County's larger not-for-profit organizations have entered into formal merger discussions that are expected to lead to the formation of a new mental health and substance abuse treatment agency for thousands of individuals and families in Lee …
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