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Artificial Ear Grown on Rat's Back

From artificial eyeballs to limbs, doctors have dreamed up dozens of ways to replace body parts when things go wrong. Full story

Can Apple really save tech?

   Brian White, Topeka Capital Markets, and Peter Goodman, The Huffington Post, discuss whether Apple can come up with something that will again set the tech world on its ear.

Noises in tourist's head were from flesh-eating maggots

LONDON (Reuters) - A British woman returned from a holiday in Peru hearing scratching noises inside her head to be told she was being attacked by flesh-eating maggots living inside her ear. Full story

2 Your Health "Can allergies cause vertigo?"

 "Lets take a peak in your ears again" As a general practioner, Dr. Theodore Pappas sorts  Full story

Strange Condition Causes 'Frostbite' At 50 Degrees

A woman in Germany developed what looked like frostbite on her nose, ears and legs, even though she had not been exposed to extremely cold temperatures, according to a new report of her case. Full story

Princeton researchers create 'bionic ear'

With a 3-D printer, a petri dish and some cells from a cow, Princeton University researchers are growing synthetic ears that can receive — and transmit — sound. Full story

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Tiny katydid ears look a lot like ours

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  Girl, 6, ‘extremely critical’ post-heart transplant

Ann and Ed Bartlinski already had eight children at home when they adopted Teresa, then 3, from China, who needed urgent help due to heart and lung issues. Teresa is now in “extremely critical” condition after a heart transplant last week, but her parents say she’s “a fighter.” NBC’s Tom Costello re

  What was Bob Saget’s TV name on ‘Full House’?

How many kids does Brad Pitt have? Who was Will’s father figure on “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”? TODAY’s Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb, along with Billboard’s Bill Werde, test viewers’ knowledge.

  Tiger's ear pain gets treated with acupuncture

A tiger at a zoo in Israel received acupuncture to treat a chronic ear infection. TODAY.com's Dara Brown reports.

  10 things to read, wear and drink on the beach

Kate Dimmock of People Stylewatch shares the top ten things you should try in June, including Curtis Sittenfeld’s new book “Sisterland,” sparkling wine in a can, and patterned flip flops.

  'Wild, Wild Web', Part 5

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Stefanie Dolson , NCAA women's basketball 2013 national champions player from the University of Connecticut, puts bunny ears over U.S. President Barack Obama during a ceremony to honor the team in the East Room at the White House in Washington, July 31, 2013. REUTERS/Larry Downing (UNITED STA

Dolson puts bunny ears over U.S. President Obama during ceremony to honor the team in the East Room at the White House in Washington
Dolson puts bunny ears over U.S. President Obama during ceremony to honor the team in the East Room at the White House in Washington

Stefanie Dolson , NCAA women's basketball 2013 national champions player from the University of Connecticut, puts bunny ears over U.S. President Barack Obama during a ceremony to honor the team in the East Room at the White House in Washington, July 31, 2013. REUTERS/Larry Downing (UNITED STATES - T

Dolson along with Stokes put bunny ears over U.S. President Obama during a ceremony to honor the team in the East Room at the White House in Washington
Dolson along with Stokes put bunny ears over U.S. President Obama during a ceremony to honor the team in the East Room at the White House in Washington

Stefanie Dolson , NCAA women's basketball 2013 national champions player from the University of Connecticut, along with Khia Stokes put bunny ears over U.S. President Barack Obama during a ceremony to honor the team in the East Room at the White House in Washington, July 31, 2013. REUTERS/Lar