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    Winthrop University students worked throughout the spring semester to create health-based comic books to help communicate pressing issues to middle-school age students. On Tuesday, the students debuted their creations, which touch on topics such as superbugs, asthma, and post traumatic stress disorder.

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Winthrop University students worked throughout the spring semester to create health-based comic books to help communicate pressing issues to middle-school age students. On Tuesday, the students debuted their creations, which touch on topics such as superbugs, asthma, and post traumatic stress disorder. David Thackham dthackham@heraldonline.com

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