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Pup That Used to ‘Hop Like a Kangaroo’ Gets Prosthetic Paws

Marilyn Hendrickson(NEW YORK) -- A pup named Journey is now able to run like other dogs after being fitted with special prosthetic legs.The Shiba Inu/Jundo mix lost her front paws after she was set on fire along with her siblings and was the only survivor.Marilyn Hendrickson, director of donations at the MEOW Cat Rescue shelter in Seattle, heard about the story and took in Journey, even after flying to South Korea to pick her up."When she arrived here, we looked at her paws and...
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Your Body: Are Your Breasts Causing You Back Pain?

iStock/ThinkstockBy DR. JENNIFER ASHTON, ABC News Senior Medical ContributorSome of us are more blessed than others in the bosom department. But sometimes it may seem like a curse, as large breasts can cause intense back and shoulder pain.  I have many patients who are plagued by having large breasts. They have pain, and they feel self-conscious in clothes or swimsuits.For many, breast reduction surgery was the only thing that offered definitive treatment. But short of surgery, there are some other things that can help.Try...
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SoulCycle Has Alleged ‘Illegal’ Payment System, Suit Says

Alli Harvey/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- A customer of the popular fitness craze SoulCycle says the company is forcing riders to use an "illegal" payment system that requires customers to buy certificates with "unreasonably short expiration periods," according to a new lawsuit. Rachel Cody, of Los Angeles, told ABC News that SoulCycle's payment policy is "infuriating," because the firm requires customers to buy "Series Certificates" that can be redeemed for cycling sessions, the suit says. Cody, who works in financial services, bought a Series Certificate online for $30 in June of this year...
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See a Pair of Twins Hear Their Mom for the First Time

KABC-TV(LOS ANGELES) -- A pair of twin girls were able to hear their mother clearly for the first time this week after they were both fitted with new hearing aids. Kayla and Kiara Hernandez were born with moderate hearing loss and in need of hearing aids to hear properly, according to ABC News affiliate KABC-TV in Los Angeles. But their parents didn't know if they could afford the life-changing technology at first because the hearing aids cost approximately $12,000 for both and would require follow-up visits. The twins' mother, Gemila Hernandez,...
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