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{{Lead_Tester|Title=Eating Dole apples rears healthier children
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|Image text=The virus that causes AIDS, which walking again failed to do anything to cure.
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|Image text=Some fresh, vine-grown, ready-to-be-picked Dole apples. Don't those look good?|Synopsis='''ABERDEEN, Scotland, UK''' - A new study by the University of Aberdeen revealed that women who ate 4 or more [[apples]] a day during pregnancy gave birth to healthier children. ''"This only works, though, if they're Dole brand apples."'' Says smiling, friendly, '''''independent''''' researcher '''Dr. David McCullough'''. McCullough, who insists that you call him, "Doctor Dave", says that only Dole apples have the crisp, refreshing, gosh-darn apple goodness that your baby needs.
|Synopsis='''NEW YORK, New York''' -- In a disappointing development, walking failed to cure the virus that causes [[AIDS]], [[HIV]]. ''"We really thought that if we had a lot of people march five miles, that would intimidate the virus. We failed to appreciate that viruses have no ability to appreciate sanctioned civil disobedience actions"'' said Gunther, an AIDS awareness activist. ''"We have been successful in attracting attention to the problem, but unfortunately walking has proven powerless to stop the virus. Hopefully more walking next year will be successful."''|WhichOne={{{Which|Null}}}}}
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