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There's a lot going on with the little blue pill called Truvada made by Gilead Sciences of Forest City, Calif. Paul Sakuma/AP hide caption

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Pill Cuts HIV Infection Risk Significantly, For A Price

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Cajuste Yanique lies on a cot while being treated Monday for cholera in a treatment facility in Cabaret, Haiti. Haitian officials say the disease has killed more than 1,300 people since the outbreak began last month and has been detected in eight of Haiti's 10 provinces. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Cholera's Grip On Haiti Continues To Tighten

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It's a circuitous route to the last house on the end of No Name Key, Fla. Most houses on this tiny island community are powered by solar energy. J. Pat Carter/AP hide caption

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Tiny Fla. Island Debates Joining Electric Grid

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Secret Agent 23 Skidoo (right) raps about arguments with friends and road trips on his new album, Underground Playground. The rapper is one of the musicians making "kid-hop," but he gives plenty of credit to his daughter, Saki. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Hip-Hop And Vintage Pop: First-Rate Records For Kids

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