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PITTSBURGH 360°

April 25, 2013

On this episode of Pittsburgh 360, we bring you the third in our “Healthy Baby, Healthy Start” series with a look at how to keep baby safe while they sleep. After that, we'll take you onto the soccer pitch with the Pittsburgh Riverhounds, and we’ll introduce you to an inventor who is bringing the next wave in technology to your skin.


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On this episode of Pittsburgh 360, we bring you the third in our “Healthy Baby, Healthy Start” series with a look at how to keep baby safe while they sleep. After that, we'll take you onto the soccer pitch with the Pittsburgh Riverhounds, and we’ll introduce you to an inventor who is bringing the next wave in technology to your skin.


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