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Dr. Dan Shuman (right), who was recruited to the Ashland Health Clinic as part of its mission-focused medicine program, consults with a patient about smoking cessation. Peggy Lowe/Harvest Public Media hide caption

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How One Hospital Entices Doctors To Work In Rural America

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The site of the demolished Frontier casino sits vacant on the Las Vegas Strip in December. Construction of a new hotel and casino, the Las Vegas Plaza, has been delayed until economic conditions improve. Isaac Brekken/AP hide caption

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Sour Economy Has Nevada Looking For New Jackpot

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Mark Pincus is the CEO of Zynga, the largest maker of games on Facebook. Right now 1 billion people play games online. Pincus wants to see that number double in five years, and wants his company to grab a larger market share. AP hide caption

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Zynga CEO Wants To Bring Playtime To The Masses

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