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The Emperor's Himalayan lavender tea is popular at Washington, D.C.'s Park Hyatt Tea Room, but please don't put milk in it. Courtesy of Park Hyatt hide caption

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Health Benefits Of Tea: Milking It Or Not

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The Donkey cocktail is leading in the polls so far at Lincoln, a restaurant in Washington, D.C. Courtesy of Lincoln hide caption

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Customers line up for farmers market produce on a corner in Washington, D.C., where people eat more fruits and veggies than in many states. Dan Charles/NPR hide caption

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Stealth Changes To Fast Food May Combat Obesity

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Heavy Teens Eat Less But Weigh More Than Their Thinner Peers

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A shopper surveys the produce at Pacifica Farmers Market in Pacifica, Calif., in 2011. AP hide caption

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Older women on a diet don't need to stop eating out; they just may need to make wiser food choices to keep weight off. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Boomer Women Prove They Can Dine Out And Still Lose Weight

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It may not be the best strategy to stay up late and cram. A new study finds that when teens don't get the sleep they need, all kinds of things can go poorly. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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High School Daze: The Perils Of Sacrificing Sleep For Late-Night Studying

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Samantha Kerr prepares coffee at Artifact Coffee in Baltimore, MD. Maggie Starbard/NPR hide caption

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