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Grannies Taking Care Of Grannies Is Good For Everyone

Who better to check on the health of older folks than other older folks? That's what AgeWell Global, an innovative program in South Africa, is doing.

Citizens of Dhuluiyah, Iraq, must take boats to get in an out, since one of the town's two bridges was blown up by the Islamic State and the other was commandeered by tribesmen defending them. Ahmad Al-Rubaye/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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We Are Not Slaughterers: An Iraqi Village Rejects Islamic Militants

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Gloria Gxebeka (left) visits Leona Mqhayi and types her health information into a cell phone Anders Kelto/NPR hide caption

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Grannies Taking Care Of Grannies Is Good For Everyone

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To keep kidney stones at bay, drink plenty of cool, clear water. iStockphoto hide caption

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To Prevent Kidney Stones: Go Easy On Soda And Drink Lots Of Water

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China's WeChat messaging app has a huge audience that allows Chinese to organize online. Petar Kujundzic/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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The App That Helps The Chinese Masses Mobilize Online

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Iraqi Yazidi women who fled the violence in the northern Iraq take shelter in the city of Dohuk on Aug. 5. The Yazidis, are a small community that follows an ancient faith and have been repeatedly targeted by jihadists. Yazidi leaders say several thousands members of the community have gone missing in recent months. Safin Hamed/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Iraq's Yazidis Appeal For Help In Finding Their Missing Women

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Sunlight streams into a corn storage building at a Michlig Grain storage facility in Sheffield, Illinois, U.S., on Oct. 31, 2014. The price of corn has been falling for months. Daniel Acker/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Why Farmers Aren't Cheering This Year's Monster Harvest

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Massachusetts composting companies like City Soil, which turn food waste into compost that can be used on gardens and farms, say they expect to get quite a bit of new business from the food waste ban. Courtesy of City Soil hide caption

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Massachusetts Food Waste Ban Gains Broad Acceptance

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Ray Gerrish repairs a drilling rig near Watford City, N.D. Oil industry analysts predict that oil prices will have to remain low for at least several months before having a significant effect on U.S. production. Jim Gehrz/MCT/Landov hide caption

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It's Still Too Early For Tanking Oil Prices To Curb U.S. Drilling

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Domino's Becomes A Tech Company That Happens To Make Pizza

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