Study: Teen Drinking Can Have Lifelong Effects

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Listen Here Before It's Too Late

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Young Haitians In The U.S. See Hope Amid Destruction

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Randi Hutter Epstein received her M.D. from Yale University; she teaches journalism at Columbia University's graduate school. Nina Berman hide caption

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'Get Me Out': Making Babies Through The Ages

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Bob Karch is the chairman and a professor in the Department of Health and Fitness at American University. Here, he helps cross-country champion Steve Hallinan check his heart rate while cross-training on the bike. Allison Aubrey/NPR hide caption

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How Revving Up Your Heart Rate, Even A Bit, Pays Off

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Studies show that only about 40 percent of health care workers in the U.S. wash their hands as often as they should. Rob Carr/AP hide caption

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Catching Hospital Workers Dirty-Handed

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'Reconciliation' May Not Save Democrats' Health Bill

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Bipartisanship In Washington: Can It Really Be Achieved?

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According to a study of four jurisdictions that have banned the use of hand-held devices while driving, the laws have not reduced accident rates. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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A woman receives treatment in a U.S.-run emergency clinic in Port-au-Prince. John W. Poole/NPR hide caption

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Haiti Moves Past Broken Bones To Future Needs

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Truth Squad Fact Checks Obama's State Of The Union

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Study: Humans Were Born To Run Barefoot

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Opposing Views On Health Care Bill

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