New parents Wu Lili (left) and Mo Shiwei hold their 29-day-old baby boy. The new mom is staying at the Weige center in Beijing, which provides luxury accommodation and 24-hour nursing staff to woman who are participating in the Chinese tradition of "sitting the month."
Dr. Donald Brown, left, gives 14-year-old Kelly Kent a dose of Gardasil, a vaccine for the human papillomavirus in 2006. The group that advises the U.S. government on vaccination recommendations is now starting to take costs for vaccines like Gardasil into consideration as vaccine prices rise.
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Specially selected rebel fighters march through the streets of Zintan, Libya. These rebels will be trained in urban combat in anticipation of an expected move toward Tripoli.
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