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Hiccups are undoubtedly irritating to have and lucky for most of us, it only happens on occasion. Yet for Natalie Aves, she's suffered from chronic hiccups since she was 12 years old. Recently, she's been filming her hiccup attacks every day. So, here's a glimpse into Natalie's life.

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