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  1. 9 Secrets Of Women With Great TeethRead the original story w/Photo

    11 min ago | Shefinds.com

    With so much talk about achieving Kylie Jenner lips, many are overlooking the fact that healthy, straight, white teeth can do for your appearance what no amount of fillers can. A winning smile automatically makes up for imperfect brows and a few wrinkles.


  2. Woman injured during Clark traffic stop out of hospitalRead the original story w/Photo

    31 min ago | The Jersey Journal

    The special prosecutions unit of the Union County Prosecutor's Office is investigating the circumstances under which Antoinette DiIorio was hospitalized after her son's car was pulled over for running a stop sign. DiIorio's son, Fortunato Riga, and his fiancee, Crystal Palmieri, told WABC that DiIorio's front teeth were knocked out and she suffered multiple fractures in a skirmish with the officer.


  3. Why We Should Ignore the Nuts on Both Sides of Iran Deal DebateRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Forward

    Insiders say that mainstream American Jewish organizations are coalescing around opposition to the P5+1 Iran nuclear deal and will work hard to get 13 Democratic senators to give Republicans a veto-proof majority to reject it. Ultimately this would be a self-defeating strategy.


  4. [Jean Pisani-Ferry] Can the euro be repaired?Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Korea Herald

    When Wolfgang Schauble, Germany's finance minister, recently tabled the option of a Greek exit from the euro, he wanted to signal that no member could abstain from the monetary union's strict disciplines. In fact, his initiative triggered a much broader discussion of the principles underpinning the euro, its governance, and the very rationale for its existence.


  5. HKU appointment row is a proxy war waged not for the university's benefitRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    Philip Yeung says though the appointment row has raised legitimate questions about the extent of academic freedom, the issue has sadly been hijacked by politics Even if Johannes Chan were to win out at HKU, he is unlikely to enjoy a quiet tenure. Photo: Felix Wong By any standards, it was the ugliest scene in local higher education history.


  6. Huge toothless PNG crocodile invited through front door of NGARead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | ABC News

    A century-old gigantic wooden crocodile has been delicately manoeuvred through the front doors of the National Gallery of Australia for a major exhibition of art from Papua New Guinea. The 6.3 metre long saltwater crocodile was carved by tribes people of the Sepik River region early last century from a single piece of insect-resistant ironwood - without the use of metal tools.


  7. Former boxer Craig Ison's hand almost severed in punching great white sharkRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    A surfer who punched a great white shark during a frenzied attack on NSW's northern coast had his hand almost severed. Craig Ison, 51, underwent microsurgery in the Gold Coast University Hospital on Sunday to reattach tendons and to save him from losing his hand.


  8. Ar EditorialCHILEAN Rescue Effort Weaves a Ragged Thread of Hope Into a Flag of TriumphRead the original story

    Oct 13, 2010 | American Reporter

    Political reporters love narratives, and love to cling to them long after reality turns their story lines and conventional wisdom to ashes. The story line we've been hearing for the last few months is that the Democrats are doomed.


  9. Are sinuses really to blame for this tooth pain?Read the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Ask MetaFilter

    I received a root canal 5 years ago and the tooth has been hurting/sensitive for weeks. Two dentists say it's sinus related, but it definitely feels like the tooth .


  10. Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf wants your booze to remain his business.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Philly.com

    Since Gov. Wolf rightly vetoed a fiscally irresponsible budget passed by the legislature's ruling Republicans a month ago, the two sides have succeeded mainly in protecting their favorite special interests - including government liquor stores and gas drillers - at the expense of doing their jobs. Now the stalemate has gone on long enough to threaten nonprofit agencies that rely on state funding to provide critical social and other services.


  11. Hubert Vaz speaks to Dr Shilpi Tripathi, Dentist, Al Hayat HospitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Times of Oman

    Oral hygiene refers to the practice of keeping one's mouth and teeth clean and free from dental problems, especially dental cavities, gum disease, and bad breath. Plaque build ups are the leading cause of cavities and gum disease, thankfully, we can combat plaque through proper oral hygiene.


  12. Kitchen Wit and Wisdom: Local melons are ready for pickingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    Summer! We finally can buy some local produce and fruits in some grocery stores, but for a real abundance and choice, visit the farmers' markets and local family farm outlets, as they are getting more abundant and colourful each week. The seasons are magical to me, and already this summer we're smelling peaches, corn, peppers and melons Yes, melons, the underdogs of summer: bulky and thick-skinned, their beauty lies within.


  13. Pixie dust: Discover the magic behind the KingdomRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Silver City Sun-News

    After undergoing a glamorous princess makeover as Snow White, Cloie Lowry, 4, meets Cinderella on June 10 in the Fantasy Faire Royal Hall, where children have a chance to meet and greet Disney princesses, during Disneyland's 60th Anniversary Diamond Jubilee in Anaheim, Calif. He injected his Magic Kingdom into a world just a decade removed from a war in which as many as 60 million people had died, the fury of the atomic bomb had been unleashed and the scope of the most evil genocide the world had ever known had become horrifyingly clear.


  14. Identifying fossils may need more than just a lookRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | WMBF

    Different shaped items on the beach can often be mistaken for fossils. Archaelogists have a solid understanding of how to identify a fossil from years of studying, however most people might pick something up that is unique looking and mistake it for a fossil.


  15. The Black Community is Like the Human Body and We're Dying WithinRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Milwaukee Courier Online

    Rahim Islam is a National Speaker and Writer, Convener of Philadelphia Community of Leaders, and President/CEO of Universal Companies, a community development and education management company headquartered in Philadelphia, PA. Follow Rahim Islam on FaceBook & Twitter I liken the Black community to the human body which is made up of a host of systems with each system being essential to the life of the body and works in conjunction with the other systems and organs , all under the direction of the brain.


  16. The Dentist in The Villages Restores Smiles by Providing Dentures for Patients in Lady Lake, FLRead the original story

    Saturday | PR Log

    The Dentist in The Villages Restores Smiles by Providing Dentures for Patients in Lady Lake, FL If you've lost all of your natural teeth, whether from gum disease, tooth decay or injury, replacing missing teeth will benefit your appearance and health. Dentures are a replacement for missing teeth that can be removed and put back into your mouth as you please.


  17. New iPhone App Aims To Prevent Big Cat AbuseRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | WRUF-AM Gainesville

    As she tries to settle into her new sanctuary, Nikita's amber-colored eyes still show the history of abuse the 14-year-old African lioness has endured throughout her life. Scars cover her elbows from years of being chained to a concrete floor.


  18. Earl of Harewood receives Honorary DoctorateRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Ilkley Gazette

    "It was a big surprise to me and my family. I feel it is a long service award for being around long enough and doing enough things.


  19. San Diego Dentist Now Offering Groundbreaking Orthodontic TreatmentRead the original story

    Friday Jul 31 | Sys-Con Media

    Dr. Charles Hulsey III, a San Diego orthodontist, has implemented a new procedure that treats serious bite issues and collapsed facial features in adults without the use of braces, surgery or invasive techniques. The new concept is called epigenetic orthodontics, which uses bone stem cells to stimulate growth in the patient's bone structure.


  20. Free for All FridayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | OhNoTheyDidnt

    ... the other D: I had the same thing done! My orthodontist took out my second molars on top and just let my wisdom teeth grow in in the space that was left. That was like 2 years ago now and they're like three quarters of the way down Ouch, I had the ...