Wen cleansing conditioners combine the functions of a shampoo and a conditioner. The FDA says it is investigating consumer complaints about the products. Jesse Grant/WireImage for Kari Feinstein PR/Getty Images hide caption

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Born This Way is produced by Jonathan Murray, the co-creator of MTV's Real World. Above, cast members Cristina Sanz (left), Rachel Osterbach, Steven Clark and Sean McElwee (top). Adam Taylor/A&E hide caption

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A Cast With Down Syndrome Brings Fresh Reality To Reality TV

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Earlier studies have found that children who grow up in houses with a TV on many hours a day learn fewer words than children in households with less TV time. Heleen Sitter/Getty Images hide caption

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New Words With Quieter Background Chatter

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Wellness Programs Take Aim At Workplace Stress

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Cardiac Rehab Saves Lives. So Why Don't More Heart Patients Sign Up?

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She Offered The Robber A Glass Of Wine, And That Flipped The Script

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Jason Olsen, a 39-year-old policy adviser for the Department of Labor, uses the Washington, D.C., Metro to commute to work three times a week. On the other days of the week, Olsen telecommutes from home to avoid the challenge of taking the Metro. Ruby Wallau/NPR hide caption

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Workplaces Can Be Particularly Stressful For Disabled Americans, Poll Finds

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Overworked Americans Aren't Taking The Vacation They've Earned

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Hassle Of Being A Patient Can Turn Into A Crisis Without Sick Leave

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A Nuremberg magnifier and wooden case, made in Germany around 1700. Before spectacles become easier to wear and more comfortable, hand-held models were more common than those for the face. Courtesy of the American Academy of Ophthalmology Museum of Vision hide caption

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Inside A Secret Government Warehouse Prepped For Health Catastrophes

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