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  1. Auto finance companies are now becoming more specifically tailored to meet the needs of people with a bad credit rating.
    08-10-2009 by goraiseup
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  2. The odds of obesity appear stacked against black and Hispanic children starting even before birth, provocative new research suggests.
    01-03-2010 by amandawadw
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  3. The odds of obesity appear stacked against black and Hispanic children starting even before birth, provocative new research suggests.
    03-03-2010 by rollopollus33
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  4. Women undergoing treatment for infertility may be less satisfied with their sex lives and have a greater risk of sexual dysfunction than women with normal fertility, a small study suggests.
    25-04-2010 by jeblueeeee
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  5. Obesity and smoking may each raise a person's risk of potentially dangerous blood clots in the veins, but certain other suspected risk factors seem to have no impact, a new study finds.
    10-05-2010 by matternmommy and 9 others
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  6. Obesity and smoking may each raise a person's risk of potentially dangerous blood clots in the veins, but certain other suspected risk factors seem to have no impact, a new study finds.
    10-05-2010 by jesuswymaa and 9 others
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  7. Obesity and smoking may each raise a person's risk of potentially dangerous blood clots in the veins, but certain other suspected risk factors seem to have no impact, a new study finds.
    10-05-2010 by jessebeeje and 9 others
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  8. Obesity and smoking may each raise a person's risk of potentially dangerous blood clots in the veins, but certain other suspected risk factors seem to have no impact, a new study finds.
    11-05-2010 by jillmjmiml and 9 others
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  9. Obesity and smoking may each raise a person's risk of potentially dangerous blood clots in the veins, but certain other suspected risk factors seem to have no impact, a new study finds.
    11-05-2010 by jonagaoooo and 9 others
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  10. Obesity and smoking may each raise a person's risk of potentially dangerous blood clots in the veins, but certain other suspected risk factors seem to have no impact, a new study finds.
    12-05-2010 by davisyerbd and 9 others
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