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5:30am

Mon January 2, 2012
Health

Be Healthy, Win A Bonus From The Boss

Melissa Dunn quit smoking and lost 130 lbs. when her employer, Nelnet, offered her significant cash bonuses to become healthier.
Jose Guzman Denver Promo Studio for Colorado Public News

Lose a few pounds, pocket a few dollars.

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8:36am

Sat December 31, 2011
Weekend Audition

All That You Shouldn't Leave Behind In 2011

Photo Illustration: Jim Hill Photo: Stuart Moreton Flickr - Creative Commons

Sometimes it feels like there isn't enough time in the day. Or in a year for that matter. 2011 was an incredible year for music, almost too much to keep track of. In the waning moments of '11 here's three you should take with you into the new year.

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10:24am

Mon December 26, 2011
Digital Life

The Touchy-Feely Future Of Technology

While many think of the tablet computer as a new idea, the concept can traced back to the original Star Trek series and Arthur C. Clarke's 1968 novel 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Noel Celis AFP/Getty Images

In 1975, when then-composer and performer Bill Buxton started designing his own digital musical instruments, he had no way of knowing he was helping to spark the next technological revolution. But nine years — and a master's in computer science — later, that all changed.

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2:55pm

Sun December 25, 2011
Health

Overseas Surgery Mission Stays Home To Give

Mary Arnold got a free new hip in time for the holidays, courtesy of the mission group Operation Walk.
Denver Promo Studios

After traveling all over the world on missions to help people walk again, a Colorado surgical team stayed home this time to donate free hip and knee replacements to nine people in Colorado.

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12:28pm

Sat December 24, 2011
Television

The Good Old Yule Log Spreads To HDTV

A screencap of the iconic WPIX Yule Log. The original video was filmed in 1966; this version was redone in 1970.
WPIX

If history repeats itself, one of the most popular programs on television Christmas Day will be a looped, seven-minute piece of film that's more than 40 years old. In some cities, it's consistently in the top three programs on Christmas morning, and yet it has no plot, no actors and it never seems to end.

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