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- What We See In The Eric Garner Video, And What We Don't The rough grooves of the Eric Garner story probably feel familiar to lots of folks by now: an unarmed black man dies after an encounter with the...
- Athletes Should Fear The Heat More Than The Heart Attack When a runner's heart stops during a marathon, it gets a lot of press – even though it's actually a pretty rare event. A more common killer among...
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