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  1. What Those Baby Photos On Social Media Can Teach Us About Moms

    Today's babies are part of the first generation with their entire lives documented on social media. Researchers are finding lessons in the streams of their photos.
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  2. When it comes to Medicare billing, Colorado docs slightly more expensive

    ProPublica delved into Medicare data that was unavailable for decades. The nonprofit investigative news service says Colorado doctors are slightly more likely than others to charge Medicare's highest rates.
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  3. In A Coal Town Where Jobs Are Few, Wild Ramps Are Plenty

    The annual Ramp Feed, which celebrates the ramp, or wild leek, gives the economically depressed mining town of Richwood, W.Va., a reason to celebrate. And you can smell those alliums for miles.
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  4. Why Jupiter's Red Spot Isn't As Great As It Used To Be

    The most prominent feature on the solar system's largest planet has been shrinking for years, and NASA says it's now smaller than ever.
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  5. Colo. legislative leaders lay out priorities for year ahead

    From gun policy to education reform to election laws, Republicans and Democrats are poised to fight over many of the same issues this year that made the last legislative session so intense.
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  6. Driving While Pregnant Is Riskier Than You Might Think

    Expectant mothers are more likely to get into serious car crashes, a study finds. The risk is highest in the second trimester, when accident rates are similar to those for people with sleep apnea.
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  7. Christopher Columbus Ship The Santa Maria May Have Been Found

    The ship sank in 1492 after hitting reefs off the Haitian coast. Undersea explorer Barry Clifford says he's working with Haiti's government to carry out an archaeological excavation of the wreck.
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  8. China Puts Brass On Trial In Fight Against Military Corruption

    China's fast-growing armed forces face increased scrutiny over how they are spending what is now the world's second-largest military budget.
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  9. Sushi's Secret: Why We Get Hooked On Raw Fish

    We love raw seafood but can't stand uncooked fowl or pork. Why? A big part of it is the effective lack of gravity in water, a scientist says. Weightlessness gives fish muscles a smooth, soft texture.
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  10. Saying It Was Hacked, EBay Urges Users To Change Passwords

    EBay says that it hasn't seen any sign of fraudulent activity since the breach was detected "about two weeks ago." It says it stores financial data and customer records in different places.
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