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Obama Proposal Responds To Health Law Challenges

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Despite the "not for consumption warning," the DEA has banned the sale of products like K2, which contain herbs and spices sprayed with a synthetic compound chemically similar to THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana. Kelley McCall/AP hide caption

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Obama To Governors: Opt Out of Health Law If You Can Do Better

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Rebuilding The Faces Of War

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Consider all the child's symptoms, not just temperature. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Governors: Medicaid More A Budget Buster Than Ever

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Michael Wand of the Cognitive Systems Laboratory at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany demonstrates a technology that recognizes speech through muscle activity in the face rather than sound. Gretchen Cuda for NPR hide caption

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Speech Device Gives Hope To Those With No Voice

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An X-ray of Schneider's right femur (thighbone), which broke suddenly as she was standing on a New York subway train. Courtesy of Dr. Jennifer Schneider hide caption

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Rare Fractures Linked To Drugs For Weak Bones

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Researchers Link Gene Mutation To Schizophrenia

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