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Could the HPV Test Replace the Pap Test?
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Unemployment rates fall in 21 US states last month
More than two-thirds of U.S. states reported job gains in March, as hiring improves for much of the country during what has been a sluggish but sustained four and-a-half year recovery.
Jefferson, Curry named NBA Players of the Month

Charlotte Bobcats center Al Jefferson and Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry were named Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Month, respectively, for games played in April.

Prince re-signs with Warner, plans re-release of Purple Rain
Superstar Prince has re-signed with Warner Bros., the label he split from nearly 20 years ago, after calling himself a "slave" to record bosses. And he plans to re-release the Purple Rain soundtrack for the film's 30th anniversary this summer.
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Some Great New Thanksgiving Books for Kids
There's an abundance of wonderful new children's books celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday.
Brakes/warning signs
If you hear a high-pitched squeak emanating from the front wheels while the car is in motion, it's probably a 'brake wear indicator' telling you it's time to replace your brake pads. Don't let this minor repair job turn into an expensive brake overhaul.
Buying the rings
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Age discrimination in employment
Whenever age becomes a factor, instead of skills and qualifications, in determining a person's job status with a company, it's known as age discrimination.
Electrolysis and waxing
Electrolysis and waxing are two methods of epilation, or removal of hair below the skin's surface. So far, electrolysis is the only hair removal procedure that's considered permanent by the FDA.

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