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Shots - Health News

So, You Have Gonorrhea. Who Tells Your Ex?

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So, You Have Gonorrhea. Who Tells Your Ex?

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Individually wrapped chocolate-covered hazelnut sweets move along a conveyor belt on the production line at the Roshen Confectionary Corp. factory in Kiev, Ukraine. A Russian ban on Ukraine's chocolate comes at a time when the nation is considering aligning itself with the European Union. Joseph Sywenkyj/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Parallels

Ukraine, A Chocolate Factory And The Fate Of A Woman

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Ukraine, A Chocolate Factory And The Fate Of A Woman

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Young students in a Bridge International Academy school in Nairobi, in September. On the surface, there's little to distinguish these schools from others in the developing world. But Bridge's model relies on teachers reading lessons from tablets. Frederic Courbet for NPR hide caption

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Do For-Profit Schools Give Poor Kenyans A Real Choice?

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Do For-Profit Schools Give Poor Kenyans A Real Choice?

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Latyrx's new record, The Second Album, is out now. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Music Reviews

Latyrx: Still Deft And Defiant After Two Decades

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Latyrx: Still Deft And Defiant After Two Decades

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Click right this way for Medicaid. Connect for Health hide caption

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Medicaid Questions Slow Insurance Purchases On Colorado Exchange

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Medicaid Questions Slow Insurance Purchases On Colorado Exchange

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John Tavener's ethereal music was influenced by the Russian Orthodox traditions. Simone Canetty-Clarke/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Deceptive Cadence

Remembering 'Holy Minimalist' Composer John Tavener

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Remembering 'Holy Minimalist' Composer John Tavener

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In Guiuan, the Philippines, the typhoon left behind destruction and left people fending for themselves in the first days after. John Alvin Villafranca/Courtesy of David Santos and the photographer hide caption

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After Typhoon Tore Through, People 'Were Left On Their Own'

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