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E-Cigarettes Likely Encourage Kids To Try Tobacco But May Help Adults Quit

While not as toxic as regular cigarettes, e-cigarettes do pose a health risk and largely contain the addictive substance nicotine, according to a major new health review ordered by the government.

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E-Cigarettes Likely Encourage Kids To Try Tobacco But May Help Adults Quit

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Setbacks IV the Polymath
Never Sleep

Bob Chicca points to the spot on the deck of the USS Pueblo where he was wounded by a 57 mm shell during the attack on the ship by North Korea. David Welna/NPR hide caption

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Remembering North Korea's Audacious Capture Of The USS Pueblo

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Externalnet Kento Masuda
Marimba Songs Marimba Songs

Alex Belfiori, 28, is a contract worker at Dick's Sporting Goods near Pittsburgh. An NPR/Marist poll shows 65 percent of contract workers are men and 62 percent of such workers are under 45. Lynn Johnson for NPR hide caption

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The Mystery Of Contract Work: Why So Many Guys?

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Liquid Silver
Blame
Transcendance Lindsay Sterling
Skokiaan Hugh Masekela and Herb Alpert
Grazing in the Grass Hugh Masekela

Marbell Castillo held her granddaughter, Maia Powell, as she was being examined by nurse practitioner Molly Lalonde at Burke Pediatrics in Burke, Va., in October 2017. Maia is insured through Virginia's Children's Health Insurance Program. Matt McClain/The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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After Months In Limbo For Children's Health Insurance, Huge Relief Over Deal

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Trip to the Stix Monophonics

Mount Carmel burns to the ground at the end of a 51 day standoff between David Koresh, the Branch Davidians and the FBI in Waco. Paramount Network hide caption

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25 Years After The Tanks, Tear Gas And Flames, 'Waco' Returns To TV

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Helping Hand Goat Rodeo
Music for Pieces of Wood In Process... & Steve Reich
Feet Keep Moving Natural-Self
Oracle Chapelier Fou
Heave and Roll
The Sun In Her Eyes Soft Ride
Roger the Dodger Julian Lage

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