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Dried placenta, prepared as a jar of pills by Washington midwife Claudia Booker, is shown in 2014. Some new mothers are consuming their placentas to obtain health benefits. (Sarah L. Voisin/The Washington Post)
Max, left, gets a hug from Mika Henley, Inside Out Advisory Board co-chair, at the group's Ally Up breakfast
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Max, left, gets a hug from Mika Henley, Inside Out Advisory Board co-chair, at the group's Ally Up breakfast 100317 Photo by Linda Navarro
Nick Colarelli, president, Fostering Hope Foundation, and his daughter, Fostering Hope Executive Director Dr. Angela Carron.
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Nick Colarelli, president, Fostering Hope Foundation, and his daughter, Fostering Hope Executive Director Dr. Angela Carron. 100517 Photo by Linda Navarro
Alan Stiles, the head brewer at Phantom Canyon in downtown Colorado Springs, poses with barrels of his sour beer Friday, Sept. 22, 2017. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
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Preparations were being made for the opening day of the annual Boo at the Zoo at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo on Thursday, October 18, 2012. Zoo employees Erica Meyer and Nadia Stimack (left to right) transform the beaver grotto into a Pirate's Cove to get ready for Friday's opening night. This year the Halloween event will have extended hours, from 4-9 p.m. Boo at the Zoo will run from Friday through Sunday for the next two weekends. The beavers of the zoo will not be in the area with the pirates.(The Gazette/Jerilee Bennett)