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Passing a Kidney Stone Can Be a Real Roller Coaster Ride

I am not a doctor. Well, I am, but not the doctor doctor kind. So I don’t usually report on medical stuff (with the exception of vaccines, of course) … but when I read this headline from a press release about a particular research paper, I knew right away I simply had to write about it: “Researchers Find Certain Roller Coasters May Help Small Kidney Stones Pass” I know, right? And the story itself is pretty wonderful.
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