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Evvie Heilbrunn-hiking
Evvie Heilbrunn is no shrinking violet. Four days a week the two-time breast cancer survivor hikes at least two hours or works out on a treadmill or elliptical machine. She sweats it out with a personal trainer another two days. And did I mention that she has Parkinson's disease and will climb Mount Everest this fall?
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If you've ever so much as considered liposuction, it's probably because you want to look more buff. (That is, unless you're Miami avant-garde performance artist Orestes De La Paz, who made some of his adipose tissue into soap.)
Alligator shows his teeth
You've heard of royal families having "an heir and a spare" in waiting to become the next king. Well, the same is true of alligator teeth: Behind every tooth is a replacement tooth, just in case, as well as the material needed to keep more teeth coming - as many as 50 times throughout the scary reptile's life.
With limited options at home, an increasing number of Americans are looking abroad to treat diseases with stem cells.
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