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Could being wealthy lead to a disconnect between bad behavior and consequences?
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Severe vision loss occurs after she takes too much of a prescription medication.
Small, early clinical trials of the unconventional treatment have lessened the repetitive behaviors and other symptoms of the disorder.
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If you live in a big city these days, chances are you or someone you know has complained about the ever-increasing price of rent. Laci Green looks at the real numbers out there and and tells us if rent really is too damn high.
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