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People were once lured to Florida by its sunshine and beaches, promoted here in this circa-1940 ad for St. Augustine, Fla. Lake County Museum/Corbis hide caption

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National

A Magnet No More: Florida's Population Shrinks

4 min

A Magnet No More: Florida's Population Shrinks

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A jogger runs near downtown Houston. Recent studies show that running doesn't increase the risk of arthritis, and some runner's actually have healthier joints. David J. Phillip/AP hide caption

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Your Health

Exercise Studies Find Good News For The Knees

3 min

Exercise Studies Find Good News For The Knees

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Music Interviews

Kim Kashkashian's Vocal Viola

7 min

Kim Kashkashian's Vocal Viola

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