The Plan B One-Step morning-after pill will now be available to women as young as 15 without a prescription. AP hide caption

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FDA OKs Prescription-Free Plan B Pill For Women 15 And Up

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Parents can minimize the negative impact of their arguments on their children using a few simple techniques to calm down. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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How To Turn Down The Heat On Fiery Family Arguments

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Even during sleep, babies' brains continue to take in and process angry voices. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Shhh, The Kids Can Hear You Arguing (Even When They're Asleep)

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A miniature ninja throwing star or a surgical device? The microgripper, shown here coming out of a catheter tube, is activated by body heat. The sharp appendages fold up when the device warms up. Evin Gultepe, Gracias Lab, Johns Hopkins University. hide caption

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SWAT team members stand guard on the campus of Massachusetts General Hospital following the explosions at the finish line of the Boston Marathon. Michael Dwyer/AP hide caption

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Layton, Utah police department employees Holly Plotnick and Shanae Perez pack discarded medications from a collection bin in the lobby in January 2010. Mike Stark/AP hide caption

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Amelia Schabel, 23, works with art director Andrew LaBounty at the nonPareil Institute in Plano, Texas. Courtesy of nonPareil hide caption

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Young Adults With Autism Can Thrive In High-Tech Jobs

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