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Elephant’s Cracked Tusk Repaired by Indian Dentists
William Charles Baker
An elephant in the Indian state of Kerala had a cracked tusk repaired in the first operation of its kind as stated by the dentists.
On patrol with Indonesia's Sharia Law police
The job of the Sharia Police is to make sure the Acehnese adhere to recently-passed laws banning women from wearing tight trousers to ensuring that those who commit adultery will be stoned.
FDA suggests lower Tylenol doses
FDA suggests people should take 4 grams as the maximum daily dose of Tylenol, Johnson & Johnson's 50-year-old painkiller, to prevent liver injury.
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