Dr. Sandrine Courtial examines 3.5-month-old Ayline Alhas at the Centre de Protection Maternelle et Infantile (PMI) in Savigny-sur-Orge, France, before giving her a vaccination. Ayline's mother, Melissa, has been bringing her in for free well-child check-ups since her birth. Olivier Pascaud for NPR hide caption

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Egalite For Bebe? France's Free Child Clinics At Risk

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In one piece from the edgy campaign, a henpecked husband cowers with cartons of milk in his arms. California Milk Processor Board hide caption

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Even in Italy, healthy peasant fare like the fresh vegetables and fruits at this market stall in Venice isn't cheap, leading many there to abandon the famously healthy Mediterranean diet. Marco Secchi/Getty Images hide caption

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Mediterraneans Abandon Their Famous Diet

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Using Science To Raise The Perfect Porterhouse

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Salty invasion: Asian carp (top), wild tilapia, lionfish, and European green crabs at a James Beard House event on Wednesday. Courtesy of Food & Water Watch hide caption

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Fenugreek sprouts like these may be the launching pad for recent outbreaks of illness from E. coli in Europe. Sriram Bala/Flickr hide caption

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Swaying to and fro can help you rest easier. Amriphoto/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Your Health Podcast: Hammocks Rock For Sleep And Two-Faced Nuts

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Swaying Of Hammock Lulls Brain Into Deeper Sleep

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