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Quitting The Gridiron When Football Runs Through The Family

Garrison Pennington's father, uncle and brother all played high school football. So did Garrison — until last year. He dreaded telling his parents. But turns out, his worries had been theirs, too.

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Women Blast CDC's Advice To Use Birth Control If Drinking Alcohol

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A mural depicting peace in Ferguson was painted on the wall of a vacant building near the city's police department. David Goldman/AP hide caption

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On Road To Recovery, Ferguson Residents Have Different Ideas

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Before Your Very Eyes Atoms for Peace
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Sporadic dengue fever outbreaks in Florida in 2009 and 2010 spurred mosquito control efforts in Key West and Miami Beach, shown here. The same mosquito that carries dengue, Aedes aegypti, can transmit Zika. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Florida Governor Ramps Up Mosquito Fight To Stay Ahead Of Zika

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Keepin' out of Mischief Now Tommy Dorsey

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Heading Into New Hampshire, GOP 'Front-Runners' Are Anything But

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Nancy Retzlaff, chief commercial officer for Turing Pharmaceuticals, was asked how much the drug Daraprim costs at the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee on Capitol Hill on Thursday. Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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House Hearing Probes The Mystery Of High Drug Prices That 'Nobody Pays'

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Which house does a better job keeping mosquitoes away? In this model set up by health workers to help prevent the spread of Zika, the one on the left appears to have less standing water, which is a magnet for mosquitoes. Rafael Fabres for NPR hide caption

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Carnival Gives Brazil Ideas About How To Fight Zika

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Garrison Pennington (right, No. 42) tackles a player during Albany High School's 2014-2015 season — the last he would play. Courtesy of Ned Purdom hide caption

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Quitting The Gridiron When Football Runs Through The Family

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Relatives Of Deceased Push For More Access To NYC Potter's Field

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Sleepmakeswaves The Obstacle is the Path
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The North Korea Information Center in Seoul, South Korea, holds a vast collection of publications, videos and everyday items from the North. Here, North Korea Woman magazine features the classic propaganda art often seen in North Korea. Elise Hu/NPR hide caption

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In The Heart Of Seoul, A Trove Of North Korean Propaganda

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Puzzles Unknown Mortal Orchestra
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