Political Trends In Medicine: How Does Election Season Affect Our Health?

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Der ligger en lille ø midt i den gamle havn i Kangeq. John W. Poole/NPR hide caption

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Lyt til Anda Poulsen og Nuuk Trommedansere.

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How A 'Sixth Sense' Helps Simone Biles Fly, And The Rest Of Us Walk

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Reinventing The Football Helmet: Is Improving The Technology The Answer?

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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump released his medical records during a taping of The Dr. Oz Show with host Dr. Mehmet Oz, set to air Thursday. Sony Pictures Television hide caption

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For Kids, Anxiety About School Can Feel Like 'Being Chased By A Lion'

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Screening Mental Health In Kindergarten Is Way Too Late, Experts Say

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Since marijuana doesn't benefit mother or baby it should be avoided, researchers say. But there is stronger evidence for the harms of alcohol and tobacco. Roy Morsch/Getty Images hide caption

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School Nurses Can Be Mental Health 'Detectives' But They Need Help

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How Domestic Violence In One Home Affects Every Child In A Class

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First responders have found that standard doses of naloxone aren't always enough to counteract the powerful sedating effects of carfentanil. Ted Horowitz/Getty Images hide caption

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An Even Deadlier Opioid, Carfentanil, Is Hitting The Streets

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Experimental drugs that clear clumps of proteins from the brains of Alzheimer's patients haven't panned out yet. Science Photo Library/Pasieka/Getty Images hide caption

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Test Of Experimental Alzheimer's Drug Finds Progress Against Brain Plaques

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It took a team of delighted friends and family to help Florida engineer Matt Bellina (center) get back on his surfboard this summer after his severe spinal injury. The result? "I feel like I'm home," Bellina said. Courtesy of Diane Wehrell-Grabowski hide caption

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Microcephaly Could Be Just The Tip Of The Effects Of Zika Virus

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Can Slowing Down Help You Be More Creative?

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What Happens In The Brain Of An Extreme Procrastinator?

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