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The amount of prescription painkillers sold to pharmacies, hospitals and doctors' offices quadrupled between 1999 and 2010, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Toby Talbot/AP hide caption

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With Rise Of Painkiller Abuse, A Closer Look At Heroin

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"Obamacare Enrollment Teams" give presentations on health insurance options and the Affordable Care Act, but are not actually affiliated with the government. Lynn Hatter/WFSU hide caption

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Adding To Insurance Confusion, Outside Groups Try To Cash In

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As of the afternoon of Nov. 2, Rob Delaney had 946,960 Twitter followers. That number surely will have grown by the time you read this. Robyn Von Swank/Courtesy of Spiegel & Grau hide caption

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A Comedian's Voyage To 'The Membrane Between Life And Death'

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Tim (Domhnall Gleeson) learns from his father (Bill Nighy) that he has the ability to travel back and forth through time, a power Tim uses in his pursuit of love. Murray Close/Universal Pictures hide caption

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This 'Time,' Supernatural Love Story Falls Flat

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Among Betto Arcos' new music picks from Brazil is percussionist Wilson Das Neves, who has been an active and integral part of Rio De Janeiro's music scene since he began playing professionally in the 1950s. Daryan Dornelles/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Betto Arcos Brings The Heat From Brazil

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