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Yaima Milian, left, who is in a nursing residency program, looks at an EKG readout with more experienced nurse Marvin Rosete, whom she is paired with in the program (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

WASHINGTON (AP) — Recent headlines offered a fresh example of how the health care system subjects people to too many medical tests — this time research showing millions of older women don’t need their bones checked for osteoporosis nearly so often.

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