Jaime Rangel helps Gustavo Ruiz, 12, align a tire on his bike, at a recent community event in southeast Fresno, Calif. As manager for Bici Projects, Rangel promotes cycling in the Latino community as a great way to get in shape. Farida Jhabvala Romero/KQED hide caption

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Politics In Real Life: Rising Health Care Costs Weigh On Voters
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Countries in Latin America have a range of laws regarding abortion, from completely prohibited to no restrictions. Above: Women in Brazil (at left) demonstrate for abortion rights; a woman at a march in Paraguay (at right) holds a poster reading "If Abortion is Not Wrong, Then Nothing Is Wrong." Christophe Simon and Norberto Duarte/Getty Images hide caption

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Danny Cahill (left) won Season 8 of The Biggest Loser in 2009 by losing an amazing 239 pounds. He's pictured with at-home prize winner Rebecca Meyer. In the years since, Cahill has put back on more than 100 pounds, he told The New York Times. NBC via Getty Images hide caption

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'Biggest Loser' Lessons: Why The Body Makes It Hard To Keep Pounds Off
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The group's tour of Philadelphia's Italian Market includes a stop at Claudio's, a store that sells imported Italian fare. Brad Larrison for NewsWorks hide caption

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Elizabeth Holmes, founder and CEO of Theranos, speaks at the Fortune Global Forum in San Francisco on Nov. 2, 2015. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption

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Biotech's Theranos Offers A Cautionary Tale For Silicon Valley
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What's Good For The Heart Is Good For The Brain
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What's On This Year's Agenda The "Disease Detectives?"
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Harassment Woman Faced Before Her Death Underscores Rampant Sexism In Firefighter Culture
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Efforts aimed at teen drinking and driving help reduce deaths, but so do broader alcohol control efforts. Roy Morsch/Corbis RM Stills/Getty Images hide caption

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