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Cosmic collision yields bullion by the billions.
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When you’re in the hospital, doctors might call the shots on the big decisions, but the quality of your stay is extremely dependent on nurses—particularly their competence and compassion. But what if your nurse just doesn’t have time for the compassionate part of caring for you? You might be getting better physically, but it can […]