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A family sells pastries in Mexico City. As Mexicans' wages have risen, their average daily intake of calories has soared. Meghan Dhaliwal/for NPR hide caption

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Goats and Soda

How Diabetes Got To Be The No. 1 Killer In Mexico

Diabetes has become a public health crisis in Mexico. The government is struggling to pay for care and slow the rate at which people develop the life-threatening metabolic disorder.

Rob Jones, a training consultant with the Anti-Defamation League, leads Brookline High School students in building a "web of unity." Tovia Smith /NPR hide caption

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Fighting Hate In Schools

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A family sells pastries in Mexico City. As Mexicans' wages have risen, their average daily intake of calories has soared. Meghan Dhaliwal/for NPR hide caption

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How Diabetes Got To Be The No. 1 Killer In Mexico

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Students Gina Mathew (from left), Kali Poenitske, Maddie Baden, Trina Paul, Connor Balthazor and Patrick Sullivan at Pittsburg High School in Pittsburg, Kan. When reporters for the student newspaper there dug into the credentials offered by their new principal, they found issues that led to her resignation. Courtesy of Emily Smith/Pittsburg High School hide caption

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Kansas Student Newspaper's Fact Check Results In New Principal's Resignation

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Adam Roszkiewicz, Jeremy Darrow, Melody Walker, Jacob Groopman and Leif Karlstrom make up the modern bluegrass band Front Country. J. Scott Schrader/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Get To Know The 'String-Band Pop' Of Nashville's Front Country

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