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Bone marrow transplant forever alters two lives

A decade after then-college student Marshal Davis decided to join the national bone marrow registry, he got a call that would change his life forever and save that of a boy named Jacob Kowalik.Full story

How a stem-cell transplant altered 2 lives

The meeting between the 7-year-old boy and the 31-year-old man began awkwardly, as meetings of strangers often do. But then young Jacob Kowalik sized up the adult, and began to drop his guard. Full story

Why We Kick Others When We're Down

Just failed a test or screwed up a project at work? Chances are more likely you'll put down others who are different from you to try to lift yourself back up, a new study suggests. Full story

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