Balancing Work, Medication And Mental Illness

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A guinea pig does its part for science and human relations by sitting on the lap of an autistic child. Erin Burnett/Courtesy of Maggie O'Haire hide caption

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Giancario Gemignani-Hernandez, 2, of Pittsburgh has his ear examined by Dr. Alejandro Hoberman. Gene J. Puskar/AP hide caption

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Pediatricians Urged To Treat Ear Infections More Cautiously

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Plan B is one of two emergency contraceptives available in the U.S. UPI/Landov hide caption

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Morning-After Pills Don't Cause Abortion, Studies Say

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Kimberly Delp gives a flu shot to Carleen Matthews at the Homewood Senior Center in Pittsburgh, Pa., last September. Andrew Rush/AP hide caption

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Larry Bonassar shows off an ear that he and his colleagues at Cornell University built out of living cartilage cells with the help of a 3-D printer. Lindsay France/Cornell University Photography hide caption

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'Erasing Death' Explores The Science Of Resuscitation

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Health plans are required to pay for contraceptives, but the clinics that are common sources of family planning services aren't used to dealing with insurers. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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STAR-certified physical therapist Jennifer Goyette works with cancer patients at South County Physical Therapy in Westborough, Mass. Courtesy of Jennifer Goyette hide caption

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Cancer Rehab Begins To Bridge A Gap To Reach Patients

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