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- Harmful effects of spanking a toddler can trigger bad behavior — even 10 years laterUSA today
- Idaho National Laboratory interns present summer projects at expoidahobusinessreview.com
- Idaho National Laboratory summer interns present their projects at expoidahobusinessreview.com
- Mizzou’s Nate Howard arrested for failure appear on speeding ticketkansascity.com
- Heart attack, stroke risk higher in first months after cancer diagnosis: studyThe Globe and Mail
- Three Ways Overconfidence Can Sink Your ShipForbes
- Making This 1 Simple Change Skyrocketed Employee Productivity, Happiness and CreativityInc.
- Mizzou's Franklin Agbasimere makes transition from linebacker to defensive endkansascity.com
- Mizzou's Barry Odom on preparations for the first scrimmage, Missouri Statekansascity.com
- Mizzou DT Rashad Brandon receives clearance to return to practicekansascity.com
- Trees and shrubs offer new food crops to diversify the farmrockrivertimes.com
- Desert Chorale quartet to perform youthful offender’s songSanta Fe New Mexican
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- More Americans — and way more Coloradans — are choosing cremation, says funeral industry reportDenver Post
- Finding Meaning in Life is Way Easier Than You Imagine, Happy New Science ShowsInc.
- Eclipse warning to Lee’s Summit, Olathe, etc.: Your 99% view could be a total bummerkansascity.com
- Spanking a child could lead to negative consequences that last a decade, study findsThe Fresno Bee
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