A New Stage Play Tackles Athletes And Head Injuries

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Bernice Acosta and other yoga enthusiasts practice in New York's Times Square at an event marking the 2011 summer solstice. Some Hindus say such events have little to do with yoga's spiritual roots. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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To Some Hindus, Modern Yoga Has Lost Its Way

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The Passover Seder plate with symbolic foods (clockwise, from top center): horseradish; a shank bone; a mixture of fruit, wine and nuts called haroset; lettuce, parsley and an egg. Dan Goodman/AP hide caption

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Some Jews Say Bugs Have No Place At The Seder Table

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In Defense Of Broccoli

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Researchers say some compounds in cocoa may help us fend off fat. Philippe Huguen/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Does A Chocolate Habit Help Keep You Lean?

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Eating foods high in saturated fat may increase fertility problems in men, a preliminary study finds. Robert Byron/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Death By Bacon? Study Finds Eating Meat Is Risky

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