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A Curious Case Of Foreign Accent Syndrome

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XMRV, a mouse virus, may be an artifact of laboratory experiments rather than the cause of chronic fatigue syndrome. Whittemore Peterson Institute hide caption

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Army Nurse Helps Soldiers Heal From Burn Wounds

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Are Math Skills Built In To The Human Brain?

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Spinal Implant Spurs Motion In Paralyzed Man

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Nicholas Gibbons, a single amputee with the British Royal Marines team, takes off from the blocks during practice Feb. 21 in Camp Pendleton, Calif., for the inaugural Marine Corps Trials. Fifty athletes were chosen as members of the All-Marine team for the Warrior Games. Michael Goulding/AP hide caption

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Veterans Compete For Gold At Warrior Games

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A woman with Alzheimer's disease walks in a corridor at a retirement house in Angervilliers, France, last month. Sebastien Bozon/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Note-Taking Made Easy For Legally Blind Students

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Lowell Austin, an autistic student at Marshall University in Huntington, W.Va., receives tutoring from Stephanie Hurly at the university's Autism Training Center, one of several college programs highlighted on the website College Autism Spectrum. Jeff Gentner/AP hide caption

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Autistic Kids Learn To Survive, And Thrive, In College

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Non-Embryonic Stem Cells Have More DNA Damage

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Bilingual Babies More Perceptive To Nonnative Tongues

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Tracing Signals In The Brain

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