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Heavy metals linked to autism in new study

02/27/2013 11:46am
Heavy metals like mercury, lead, tungsten, tin and cadmium have long been known to be toxic, causing severe health problems. A new study, however, has implicated these metals in contributing to autism.

When pen meets paper, healing happens, experts say

02/27/2013 8:27pm
Advocates from many disciplines encourage people to keep a journal, saying the practice leads to a myriad benefits — physically and otherwise.

BYU honors footballer who protected girl from bullies

02/27/2013 10:36pm
An Arizona high school quarterback who protected a fellow student from bullies was in Provo Wednesday to be honored for his actions.
 
   
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