Researchers are looking at ways to get kids to pick healthier foods in their school cafeterias. One middle school found that when they put chocolate milk 6 inches behind white milk, many kids suddenly opted for the white milk instead. The school pictured wasn't involved in the study. Toby Talbot/AP hide caption

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Stealth Health: Nudging Kids Toward A Better Diet

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With Spike In Teen Drug Use, Parents Examine Their Role

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Humpbacked Children Have A Hero In Ethiopia

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Vanessa Vohden, mom of 4-month-old Santiago, says she understands the importance of vaccines. She grew up in Peru where she saw kids in wheelchairs as a result of polio. Courtesy of Vanessa Vohden hide caption

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Lifelong Immunity? With Vaccines, It Depends

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Liz Etmanski (from left) and PLAN co-founders Al Etmanski and Vickie Cammack take a stroll on a beach in Vancouver, British Columbia. Courtesy of the Etmanski and Cammack family hide caption

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Finding Support For Children With Disabilities

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'Paying Attention' With An ADHD Mother And Son

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Rutgers University students sign condolence cards Friday for the family of freshman Tyler Clementi, who killed himself last month. Mel Evans/AP hide caption

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Schools Urged To Teach Youth Digital Citizenship

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