The Ethiopian government has set up about a dozen vaccination booths along its thousand-mile border with Somalia. Jason Beaubien/NPR hide caption

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Violence, Chaos Let Polio Creep Back Into Syria And Horn Of Africa
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Austin Newman, 10, of Menlo Park, Calif., is not allowed to play video games during the school week. His mother, Michelle DeWolf, says she had to take that step to keep her son focused on his homework during the week. Michelle DeWolf hide caption

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How Video Games Are Getting Inside Your Head — And Wallet
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Recipe For Strong Teen Bones: Exercise, Calcium And Vitamin D
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How To 'Eat Good' In The 'Hood'
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The FBI and Department of Justice are working to encourage local law enforcement agencies to view child prostitutes as potential human trafficking victims rather than criminals. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Feds Recast Child Prostitutes As Victims, Not Criminals
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HIV-positive babies rest in an orphanage in Nairobi, Kenya. Treatment right after birth may make it possible for HIV-positive newborns to fight off the virus. Brent Stirton/Getty Images hide caption

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Very few girls get the recommended 60 minutes of exercise daily. But physical activity could help with school, a study says. evoo73/Flickr hide caption

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Maryville Case: A Parent's Worst Nightmare
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A lab technician at the Mothers' Milk Bank Northeast in Newton Upper Falls, Mass., prepares donated breast milk for pasteurization in August 2012. The process kills harmful bacteria. Elise Amendola/Associated Press hide caption

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Moms Petition Mars To Remove Artificial Dyes From M&M's
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New York City Council speaker and then-mayoral candidate Christine Quinn speaks at a fast-food workers' protest outside a McDonald's in New York in August. A nationwide movement is calling for raising the minimum hourly wage for fast-food workers to $15. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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Dodge Ball: Causing Harm Or Teaching Resilience?
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