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Can Family Secrets Make You Sick?

Few doctors — and few patients — realize just how profoundly early abuse, neglect and other childhood traumas can damage an adult's physical health.

Re : Person I Knew Bill Evans
Worth Everything Ever Wished For ... The End Of The Ocean
Moon Little People
Lisztomania Phoenix

More than 600 Porto city buses and taxis have been fitted with routers to provide free Wi-Fi service. It's being touted as the biggest Wi-Fi-in-motion network in the world. Sérgio Rodrigues/Veniam hide caption

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Free Wi-Fi On Buses Offers A Link To Future Of 'Smart Cities'

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The sun sets as a visitor uses his mobile phone Monday during the opening day of the 2015 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Wall Street Journal reporter Ryan Knutson — interviewed from the conference Monday via Skype by NPR's Robert Siegel — says that for some smartphone users, Wi-Fi may be able to replace most of the functionality of a cellphone carrier. Josep Lago/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Wi-Fi Everywhere May Let You Roam Free From Your Mobile Carrier

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My Burr Minotaur Shock
Good Intentions Session Victim
Halfway Home Tommy Emmanuel

"I knew why they chose Rosa" Parks instead of her as a symbol of the civil rights movement, Colvin says. "They thought I would be too militant for them." Julie Jacobson/AP hide caption

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Before Rosa Parks, A Teenager Defied Segregation On An Alabama Bus

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Alone in Kyoto Air

Members of the Muslim community leave the East London Mosque after prayers before the start of the holy month of Ramadan in June 2014. The mosque has an estimated 7,000 worshippers. Rob Stothard/Getty Images hide caption

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Britain's Muslims Still Feel The Need To Explain Themselves

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Audio Pool The Album Leaf & Audio Leaf
Serendipity Tom Middleton

About 1 in 3 patients with dementia who live in nursing homes are being sedated with antipsychotic drugs, the GAO says. Outside nursing homes, about 1 in 7 dementia patients are getting the risky drugs. Wladimir Bulgar/iStockphoto hide caption

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GAO Report Urges Fewer Antipsychotic Drugs For Dementia Patients

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Shapeshifter Blues Pilote
Attraction Bibi Tanga & the Selenites

Mikulski (left) and her then-opponent Linda Chavez hold hands before the Maryland Senate candidates debate in 1986. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Sen. Mikulski, Groundbreaker For Female Legislators, Won't Seek Re-Election

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Arizona commission attorney Mary O'Grady (left) and Stephen Miller, a city council member, point to a possible redistricted map in 2011. Ross D. Franklin/AP hide caption

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Supreme Court Seems Divided Over Independent Redistricting Commissions

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Narcotéque Nortec Collective
Across the Imaginary Divide Marcus Roberts Trio
Don't Stop The Dance Bryan Ferry

Workers stand next to a gas pipeline not far from the central Ukrainian city of Poltava in June 2014. Ukraine imports much of its gas from Russia, which is once again threatening to cut off supplies in a dispute over payments. Sergei Supinsky/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A New Front In The Ukrainian Conflict: Russian Gas Imports

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Sleepmakeswaves The Obstacle is the Path
Brother Bru Wil Blades & Billy Martin

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