Rio de Janeiro tries to readjust to normalcy after a hectic lead-up to the Olympic games. Daily life has resumed, with all the pleasure and challenges it brings. A lot was put on hold, and the city still must host the Paralympic Games beginning on Sept. 7.
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Licensed massage therapist Brandi England demonstrates how cupping, a form of traditional alternative Chinese medicine, is done. It has recently come into the spotlight after seeing the bruises left behind on many prominent U.S. olympians such as Michael Phelps.
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The Walden Grove High School PAC dance team performed a Wizard of Oz routine with current music mixed in at the school's homecoming assembly in Sahuarita, Arizona. A video of the performance posted to YouTube on Sept. 29 has been viewed more than 1.2 million times.