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NWA Democrat-Gazette/JASON IVESTER Mallory Keith (left) and Molly Miller, both Bentonville High juniors, perform physical examinations in October at the Center for Health Professions Building at Northwest Arkansas Community College in Bentonville. The students are part of the high school’s Ignite Medical & Health Sciences class.

PHOTO BY NWA Democrat-Gazette/JASON IVESTER Mallory Keith (left) and Molly Miller, both Bentonville High juniors, perform physical examinations in October at the Center for Health Professions Building at Northwest Arkansas Community College in Bentonville. The students are part of the high school’s Ignite Medical & Health Sciences class.

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