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Online Psychotherapy Gains Fans And Raises Privacy Concerns
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Curious Father Decodes His Unborn Son's DNA
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Over the past century and a half, visitors have traveled through Yosemite on foot, by carriage, by tram and by car. Now some regions will be once again be accessible only by foot, to protect delicate regions of the park. Courtesy Yosemite National Park Research Library/KQED hide caption

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As Yosemite Park Turns 150, Charms And Challenges Endure
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Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo takes a water break during the 2014 World Cup soccer match between Portugal and the U.S. in Manaus, Brazil, on June 22. Siphiwe Sibeko/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Where Do Good Ideas Come From?
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Does Copying In Fashion Keep It Fresh?
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Is Everything A Remix?
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Why Would More Than 500 Artists Sample The Same Song?
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The CRISPR enzyme (green and red) binds to a stretch of double-stranded DNA (purple and red), preparing to snip out the faulty part. Illustration courtesy of Jennifer Doudna/UC Berkeley hide caption

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A CRISPR Way To Fix Faulty Genes
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A rendering of Neanderthals cooking and eating. The ancient humans inhabited Europe and western Asia between 230,000 and 29,000 years ago. Mauricio Anton/Science Source hide caption

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Roughhousing is an essential — and fun — part of growing up. Snarklemotion/Flickr hide caption

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What Kids Can Learn From A Water Balloon Fight
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To 'Immunize' Kids Against Illiteracy, Break Out A Book In Infancy
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Dorothea Handron suffered an infection after a surgeon unknowingly pierced her bowel during a hernia operation. She became so ill that doctors placed her in a medically induced coma for six weeks. Jim R. Bounds/AP Images for Kaiser Health News hide caption

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Hospitals To Pay Big Fines For Infections, Avoidable Injuries
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Twenty-nine percent of all cellphone owners described their phone as "something they can't imagine living without," according to a Pew Research Center survey. iStockphoto hide caption

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