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9/11 Effects Linger, Weed In A Can

Medical headlines for Wednesday, August 5: a new study finds the psychological effects of 9/11 continue in many people; and a new drink is nicknamed ‘weed in a can.’ Watch the video for Dr. Sapna Pariikh’s report.
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