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Masking the Pain: Toradol in college sports
DENVER — For some injured college football players, the post-operative pain-killing medication Toradol is a magic potion, giving them a chance to get back into a game faster and with more...
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R-New Iberia, passed the Louisiana Senate on May 4. The bill outlines to the Louisiana Board of Pharmacy and the Louisiana State Board of Medical Examiners the rules and regulations for "marijuana...
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Baltimore mayor calls for federal investigation i...
Protesters chant in front of police Monday, May 4, 2015, in Baltimore. Lt. Col. Melvin Russell said police pursued a man who was spotted on surveillance cameras and appeared to be armed with a...
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Air Force One: 10 Perks of Flying Like the Presid...
September 11 had difficulty keeping up and had to ask the plane’s pilot to slow down. Then-pilot Col. Mark Tillman later recalled that the plane was moving at almost supersonic speed. 4. Let's...
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Soldier in uniform mistaken for protester, Army s...
... the protest while in uniform, with some calling for him to be punished via court-martial. Col. Charles Kohler, a spokesman for the Maryland Guard, confirmed to Army Times that the soldier...
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Cuban spy Juan Pablo Roque's jilted ex-wife won $...
Cuban government never contested the lawsuit. Judge Alan Postman awarded her $27.1 million. But collecting the money hasn't been as easy. In 2005, President George W. Bush ordered she be paid...
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