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Severe numbness, shooting pains, and a sensation of terribly swollen feet are common complications associated with diabetes. [Full Story]
Severe numbness, shooting pains, and a sensation of terribly swollen feet are common complications associated with diabetes. [Full Story]
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The cell phone industry has now targeted children ages 5 and under , even toddlers , with their promotional campaigns. [Full Story]
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