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More e-cigarettes, fewer tobacco smokers?

More Americans are giving up cigarettes, and a new study suggests electronic cigarettes may be the reason why.

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Survey Reveals Top Five Phone Scams People Fall Victim To In Georgia

With 89% of people in Georgia receiving between 5 and 30 nuisance calls per week, telephone scams are still causing major problems for consumers. The issue has become so widespread that almost a fifth of Georgia adults admit they have been a victim of a telephone scam. 

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Big gap in cancer deaths between rich, poor countries

Over the past few decades, death rates linked to cancer and heart disease have declined in most developed nations, thanks to more effective prevention strategies, early detection and greater access to quality health care.

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Amazon goes all-in on physical stores, buys Whole Foods Market for $13.7 billion

Prime members may have tantalizing new benefits when Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods Market closes.

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Trump For Iowa Farmers

As President Trump made the trip to Iowa on Wednesday, he pledged his support for agriculture. As President Trump made the trip to Iowa on Wednesday, he pledged his support for agriculture.

As President Trump made the trip to Iowa on Wednesday, he pledged his support for agriculture. 

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Look out, Zelle — PayPal is also touting a new instant bank transfer feature

PayPal's new instant transfer feature is a clear attempt to stay competitive with Zelle, a rival service that's only been around for a few weeks.

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Small Town, Big Business

A reservoir project in Missouri will provide water for 11 rural counties, as well as hundreds of jobs. A reservoir project in Missouri will provide water for 11 rural counties, as well as hundreds of jobs.
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One small Missouri business is doing its part to make a long-awaited water project a reality. 

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National Pollinators Week Kick-Off

RFD-TV will be providing you with stories about the importance of saving these pollinators. RFD-TV will be providing you with stories about the importance of saving these pollinators.
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Learn more about the importance of preserving pollinators.

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DC's Rural Task Force

President Trump’s rural task force meets this week discussing how to improve the quality of life in rural communities. President Trump’s rural task force meets this week discussing how to improve the quality of life in rural communities.
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President Trump’s Rural Task Force meets this week...

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USDA Pushes GMO Labeling Rules

The USDA is pushing GMO labeling rules through the White House at a fast pace.

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