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The Pawpaw: Foraging For America's Forgotten Fruit

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First Lady Michelle Obama, accompanied by Darden chef Julie Elkinton, talks to Charisse McElroy, right, and her daughter Jacqueline McElroy, 9, during an event at Olive Garden in Hyattsville, Md. on Thursday. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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Richard Meehan, 16, with his car at his home in Shelton, Conn in 2008. Researchers say tougher licensing laws have led to fewer fatal car crashes involving 16-year-old drivers. Bob Child/ASSOCIATED PRESS hide caption

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Fatal Car Crashes Drop For 16-Year-Olds, Rise For Older Teens

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Phosphates and bitters, a mixture of herbs steeped in alcohol, are part of the revival of old-timey soda fountain drinks at places like PS7's in Washington, D.C. Maggie Starbard/NPR hide caption

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In Soda Revival, Fizzy Taste Bubbles Up From The Past

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Researchers have found that when bottles of sanitizer and wipes were kept around schools and students were cued to use them, they ended up missing significantly fewer days due to stomach bugs. /iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Simple Things To Do To Lessen Back-To-School Stomach Bugs

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Meat preservatives like nitrites and sodium have been linked to insulin resistance, which might explain the link between Type 2 diabetes and high consumption of these meats, researchers say. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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A truckload of live turkeys arrives at the Cargill plant in Springdale, Ark., on Aug. 4. Most turkeys in the U.S. are given low doses of antibiotics, which breed resistant strains of bacteria, including Salmonella. Danny Johnston/AP hide caption

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Salmonella Strain In Turkey Recall Resists Antibiotics

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