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Middle School Student Figures Out How to Save the Government Millions of Dollars

If you did a science fair project as a kid, chances are it was something like a potato-powered clock, or a baking soda volcano.  But a 14-year-old from Pittsburgh named Suvir Mirchandani might have actually done something useful.

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Contaminated Ink May Make Getting a Tattoo a Real Danger

Tattoo aficionados know they should only frequent parlors where things are clean and the artist uses sterile tools. But dangers may lurk elsewhere — new studies show the ink itself could be contaminated.

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