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Number Of Newborns Addicted To Painkillers Rising

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Study Finds Link Between Working Moms, Overweight Kids

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For Kids, Self-Control Factors Into Future Success

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Fountain, the 3-year-old son of NPR member station reporter Sarah Varney, doesn't seem to have much interest in eating healthy foods. Sarah Varney for NPR hide caption

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To Win Toddler Food Battles, Take A Softer Approach

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First Lady Making Strides One Year Into 'Let's Move'

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A Birth-Defect Breakthrough: Prenatal Spinal Surgery

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More Doctors Questioning 'Shaken-Baby Syndrome'

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First Lady's Anti-Obesity Campaign Keeps Going Strong

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First lady Michelle Obama promotes the Let's Move! campaign and the NFL's Play 60 anti-obesity initiative on Sept. 8 in New Orleans. Gerald Herbert/AP hide caption

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Checking Up On Michelle Obama's Anti-Obesity Effort

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New Guidelines For Handling Food Allergies

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