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An appellate court in Arizona ruled May 27 that the state cosmetology board may ban so-called fish pedicures, an unconventional method of dead-skin removal in which a customer places a foot or hand in a tank containing fish known as "doctor fish," which literally eat away dead skin from the customer
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