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Today I’m Set Free, Kellisha’s Story

Today I’m Set Free, Kellisha’s Story

I was teased and made fun of because of my skin color being so dark and with that I had many insecurities. At 16 I tried meth for the first time and when I tried meth all those insecurities and all that stuff went away. So I was like, “Yeah, you know this is my […]

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Virginia Family Dentistry West End Pediatric and Orthodontic Specialty Center Office Tour

Welcome to Virginia Family Dentistry’s Pediatric and Orthodontic Specialty Center on Three Chopt Road. This recently renovated building features separated spaces for both Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics. The Pediatric suite is designed just for kids, with movies and a playroom, bright wall murals, and child-sized chairs. Our Pediatric dentists specialize in the care of children, […]

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How Accurate Are Drug Tests?

How Accurate Are Drug Tests?

Why does everyone get so hung up about having to take a drug test? If you’re not on vitamin B pills or sleep aides or ibuprofen or had a poppy seed muffin you have nothing to hide! What’s up science junkies, Julian here for DNews. If you’re applying for certain jobs or life insurance, you […]

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LASIK or PRK? Which is right for me? Animation.

LASIK, or “laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis,” is the most commonly performed laser eye surgery to treat myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism. The goal of the treatment is to reshape the cornea to correct the refractive error of the eye. The cornea is the transparent dome-shaped structure in front of the eye. The cornea refracts light and […]

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IsoSiM: Isotopes for Science & Medicine

IsoSiM: Isotopes for Science & Medicine

Today it’s not enough anymore to be an expert in just your own field you have to develop professional skills that allow you to take on leadership roles to present yourself well in the world. What companies such as mine are looking for: students who are much more well-rounded who have experience and can come […]

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Revolutionary scalpel-free surgery

Revolutionary scalpel-free surgery

For Tony Lightfoot, just trying to enjoy a muffin and coffee is a major challenge. He’s had essential tremor disorder for more than ten years. Quality of life has really taken a nosedive. And eating, my wife often has to feed me with a spoon, especially the last bit on the plate. But that could […]

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