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Checking Up On Health: August 19, 2014

Three dumb things about Whole Foods, an at-home colon cancer test, the ALS ice bucket challenge and more.

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Cato Institute: The Rise of High-Cost, Low-Capacity Rail Transit

Cities have built or are building a hybrid form of rail transit combining the cost-disadvantages of heavy rail with the capacity limits of light rail.

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Checking Up On Health: April 1, 2014

Cholesterol drugs, heart attack tests, how Big Brother wants to text you about your weight, and more.

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Checking Up On Health: February 4, 2014

Are you washing your hands long enough?

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Register Now for “American Dream, American Nightmare,” Foundation’s Feb. 19 Event

Atlanta – Did you know that Georgia had the nation’s fourth-highest foreclosure rate in 2012? There were 105,610 foreclosure filings last year, or one for every 39 homes. Who’s to blame? Greedy bankers? Corrupt politicians? Ignorant homeowners? Find out fromaaa

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