New Yorker item

The following is an approximation of an item in the New Yorker (the
kind that appear at the ends of articles in the back) that refers to a
correction printed by some newspaper I dont remember. (I read it in
a dentists office and dont have it in front of me now.)

Dear Abby said yesterday that one cure for hiccups is to use carbon
monoxide. The correct treatment uses carbon dioxide.

The New Yorkers comment? Too late.

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