Parents Talk How Old Is Old Enough For Social Media

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Energy, Sports Drinks Aren't So Healthy For Kids

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Lexi (middle) with her two younger brothers Jorge (left) and Keegan. Before Lexi and her brother's were adopted, Lexi was their prime caretaker. "I fed them when they were very, very hungry," Lexi says. Courtesy of Rebecca hide caption

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Lexi's Saga: A Lost Childhood Leaves Emotional Scars

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In Mozambique, Poverty Takes Toll On The Young

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During a demonstration in Chicago, Jack Nugent (right), part of a group organized by Corporate Accountability International, urged a pedestrian to support his cause calling for McDonald's to retire Ronald McDonald in March 2010. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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The Other Big Deficit: Many Teens Fall Short On Sleep

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