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After Ending Polio, India Turns To Stop Another Childhood Killer
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Indian schoolchildren wait in line for food at a government primary school in Hyderabad, India. Consistent access to nutritious food and clean water is key to helping children thrive, researchers say. Noah Seelam/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Researchers say intervention in early childhood may help the developing brain compensate by rewiring to work around the trouble spots. iStockphoto hide caption

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Brain Changes Suggest Autism Starts In The Womb
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Garrett shares a moment with his mother, Natalie Peterson. "He has been doing so good," she says. "He's been smiling." Nicole Haley/University of Michigan Health System hide caption

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Doctors Use 3-D Printing To Help A Baby Breathe
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With tablet technology still relatively new, pediatricians are trying to understand how interactive media affects children. iStockphoto hide caption

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Parenting In The Age Of Apps: Is That iPad Help Or Harm?
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High school students whose friends posted photos of drinking and smoking were about 20 percent more likely to become drinkers or smokers themselves. iStockphoto hide caption

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Of Cigs And Selfies: Teens Imitate Risky Behavior Shared Online
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While not conclusive, the two cases are "quite promising," says Anthony Fauci, a longtime AIDS researcher who directs the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Second Baby Cleared Of HIV. Rare Event, Or Hope For Others?
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