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Brain Cells 'Geotag' Memories To Cache What Happened — And Where
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Madison Fitzgerald, 20, holds her baby, Jake, in the neonatal intensive care unit at Texas Children's Hospital in Houston. Jake, who was born 16 weeks too early, receives donor breast milk every three hours by mouth. Carrie Feibel/KUHF hide caption

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Booming Demand For Donated Breast Milk Raises Safety Issues
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Children under age 2 can reason abstractly, researchers say. Jandrie Lombard/iStock hide caption

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In Pregnancy, What's Worse? Cigarettes Or The Nicotine Patch?
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This controversial ad riffing off the legendary "got milk?" campaign is one of several marketing health insurance to young people in Colorado. Thanks Obamacare campaign hide caption

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Colorado Ads Use Sex And Alcohol To Sell Health Insurance
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Disease susceptibility varies among ethnic groups, but medicine hasn't always recognized that. Jo Unruh/iStockphoto hide caption

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There's a reason she's out there all alone. Children worldwide are spending less time on sports and active play and more time with TVs and video games. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Yoset, a spiritual healer near Arua, Uganda, works with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to detect the plague in his village. Courtesy of Mary Hayden hide caption

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Statin drugs to lower cholesterol have become among the most widely prescribed prescription medications in the United States. Bill Gallery/ASSOCIATED PRESS hide caption

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Bill Clinton says President Obama should figure out a way to honor his promise that people who like their insurance can keep it. OZY via Facebook hide caption

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