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November 11, 2013
Source - Huffington Post
PG-13 movies now have more gun violence than R-rated ones. Proof again I suppose that violence sells, especially to teens. When looking specifically at PG-13 movies, researchers saw a tripling in gun violence since the rating was created in 1985. Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson of Seattle Children’s is the author of this post.
ERs and urgent care facilities see all sorts of sports-related injuries, not only in the summer, but year-round. Seattle ... cont.
A dancer since the age of 4, Maggie Kudirka knows the grit, discipline and focus required to become a professional ballerina. ... cont.
I loved “The Fault in Our Stars.” Both the book and the movie. I read the book a few years ago during a flight. I cried so hard ... cont.
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