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Billie Iverson, 86, of Cranston, R.I., recently underwent a transplant of intestinal microbes that likely saved her life. Ryan T. Conaty for NPR hide caption

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Microbe Transplants Treat Some Diseases That Drugs Can't Fix

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Molly, a purified form of Ecstasy, is said to be popular at dance clubs and electronic music festivals. Alen Popov /iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Scrutiny Of 'Molly' Party Drug Increases After 4 Deaths

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Jesse Eisenberg stars in The Double, which is screening at the Toronto International Film Festival. Toronto International Film Festival hide caption

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A Toronto Film Chat, From Two Jake Gyllenhaals To Three Daniel Radcliffes

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A Syrian solider fires a heavy machine gun during clashes with rebels in Maaloula village, northeast of Syria's capital, Damascus, on Saturday. AP/SANA hide caption

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U.S. Mulls Over More Possible Targets For Syria Strike

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Lila Hillman is starting her first year as principal at Milwaukee Parkside School for the Arts in Wisconsin. Nearly one-fifth of the city's public schools have new principals this year. Erin Toner/WUWM hide caption

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School Districts Struggle To Get Principals To Stay Put

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Sunny Anderson came up with the recipe when trying to find new flavor combinations for chicken wings. John Lee hide caption

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This Football Season, Grab Some PB&J And Spread Your Wings

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Samsung's new Galaxy Gear smartwatch marks a new generation of wearable devices. Sean Gallup/Getty Images hide caption

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Smartwatch Is Next Step In 'Quantified Self' Life-Logging

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