Remembering A Son In 'Immortal Bird'

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Can Technology Deliver Better Health Care?

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Paralyzed Rats Walk, Even Sprint After Rehab

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An estimated 45,000 people took part in the Susan B. Komen Race for the Cure in Little Rock, Ark., in Oct. 2010. But after a controversy involving potential cuts to funding of Planned Parenthood earlier this year, participation in fundraising races has dropped. Brian Chilson/AP hide caption

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The antibiotic-free pigs roam freely on Niman Ranch in Iowa. Sarah Willis/courtesy Niman Ranch hide caption

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Antibiotic-Free Meat Business Is Booming, Thanks To Chipotle

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Mayor Bloomberg Calls For Ban On Sugary Drinks

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New York City food carts would also be affected by Mayor Michael Bloomberg's proposal to ban sugary drinks 16 oz. and larger. Andrew Burton/Getty Images hide caption

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Bloomberg's Sugary Drink Ban May Not Change Soda Drinkers' Habits

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As Prosthetics Improve, Amputees Face New Choices

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Ritu Sharma (right), shown during a visit to Honduras, makes one trip a year to live with underprivileged women, one week at a time, living as the women there live. Courtesy of Ritu Sharma hide caption

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To Help Women Worldwide, 'Walk In Their Shoes'

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Sick in America: Hispanics Grapple With Cost And Quality Of Care

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HealthOne is a Colorado hospital chain that is opening a psychiatric ward to take pressure off its hospitals' emergency rooms, including the one on the billboard. Eric Whitney/CPR hide caption

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As Psychiatric Wards Close, Patients Languish In Emergency Rooms

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