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If These Bones Could Talk: The Stories Human Skeletons Can Tell

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Noelle Pikus-Pace celebrates with friends and family, including her children, Traycen, left, and Lacee, after winning a silver medal in the women's skeleton at the 2014 Winter Olympics. Michael Sohn/AP hide caption

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NPR's Robert Smith Reports On Pikus-Pace's Medal From Sochi

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