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A cat receives acupuncture treatment in Shanghai, China on August 21, 2017. Traditional practitioners believe acupuncture of the body can stimulate blood circulation to promote healing and relieve some aches and pains. (Photo by Aly Song/Reuters)

A cat receives acupuncture treatment in Shanghai, China on August 21, 2017. Traditional practitioners believe acupuncture of the body can stimulate blood circulation to promote healing and relieve some aches and pains. (Photo by Aly Song/Reuters)
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26 Aug 2017 08:26:00
A devotee takes a holy bath at the Balaju Baise Dhara (22 water spouts) during the Baishak Asnan festival in Kathmandu April 4, 2015. Devotees believe that the water from these stone spouts, which is collected from the catchment area of the Nagarjun forest behind the spouts, will cure pains and skin diseases. (Photo by Navesh Chitrakar/Reuters)

A devotee takes a holy bath at the Balaju Baise Dhara (22 water spouts) during the Baishak Asnan festival in Kathmandu April 4, 2015. Devotees believe that the water from these stone spouts, which is collected from the catchment area of the Nagarjun forest behind the spouts, will cure pains and skin diseases. (Photo by Navesh Chitrakar/Reuters)
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04 Apr 2015 10:53:00
In this Sunday, August 5, 2018 photo, a dancer winces in pain as she is whipped by a fellow dancer in an adaptation of the Inca warrior dance known as “Kachampa”, during celebrations honoring Our Lady of Copacabana, in Cuzco, Peru. (Photo by Martin Mejia/AP Photo)

In this Sunday, August 5, 2018 photo, a dancer winces in pain as she is whipped by a fellow dancer in an adaptation of the Inca warrior dance known as “Kachampa”, during celebrations honoring Our Lady of Copacabana, in Cuzco, Peru. (Photo by Martin Mejia/AP Photo)
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10 Aug 2018 00:01:00
In this February 11, 2105 photo, 72-year-old Aurea Murillo prepares to make a pass during a handball match among elderly Aymara indigenous women in El Alto, Bolivia. Dozens of traditional Aymara grandmothers ease many of the aches and pains of aging by practicing a sport that is decidedly untraditional in Bolivia: team handball. (Photo by Juan Karita/AP Photo)

In this February 11, 2105 photo, 72-year-old Aurea Murillo prepares to make a pass during a handball match among elderly Aymara indigenous women in El Alto, Bolivia. Dozens of traditional Aymara grandmothers ease many of the aches and pains of aging by practicing a sport that is decidedly untraditional in Bolivia: team handball. (Photo by Juan Karita/AP Photo)
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27 Feb 2015 19:34:00
21st International Tattoo Convention

A customer grimaces in pain as she gets a tattoo on her arm at the 21st International Tattoo Convention Berlin on December 3, 2011 in Berlin, Germany. The annual tattoo trade fair runs from December 2–4, 2011. (Photo by Adam Berry/Getty Images)
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04 Dec 2011 12:32:00
Professor Xie Yong works on an art installation of a beaver, which is made out of plastic and around 300,000 needles, in Shenyang, Liaoning province, July 23, 2013. The needles, according to Xie, represent the pain felt by animals when their fur is taken off to produce clothing. (Photo by Reuters/Stringer)

Professor Xie Yong works on an art installation of a beaver, which is made out of plastic and around 300,000 needles, in Shenyang, Liaoning province, July 23, 2013. The needles, according to Xie, represent the pain felt by animals when their fur is taken off to produce clothing. (Photo by Reuters/Stringer)
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27 Jul 2013 09:15:00
Hunger Pains Food Fashion

The color, texture and shape of food has inspired a collection of artists and fashion designers to create clothing inspired by culinary creations. Hunger Pains Food Fashion is a project photographed by Ted Sabarese and created by a team of 15 designers led by Ami Goodheart. Two Project Runway alums, Daniel Feld and Wesley Nault, wove the artichoke dress shown above. The model stood for six hours while the duo crafted the dress leaf by leaf before the first photograph was taken.
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27 May 2012 13:53:00


The Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental airliner, the company's newest and largest passenger plane, takes off for its first test flight at Paine Field Airport March 20, 2011 in Everett, Washington. The new plane features quieter, more fuel efficient engines, more seating and a redesigned interior.
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20 Mar 2011 19:51:00