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The four original participants in the Woolworth's lunch counter sit-in walk down the street after leaving the lunch counter on Feb. 1, 1960. The Woolworth's sit-ins continued for months and inspired sit-ins across the country, which helped change public opinion and led to the end of segregation. Jack Moebes/Corbis hide caption

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Fifty Years Later, N.C. Sit-In Site Becomes Museum

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Bob Karch is the chairman and a professor in the Department of Health and Fitness at American University. Here, he helps cross-country champion Steve Hallinan check his heart rate while cross-training on the bike. Allison Aubrey/NPR hide caption

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How Revving Up Your Heart Rate, Even A Bit, Pays Off

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Taylor Swift reacts as she accepts the album of the year award at the Grammy Awards on Sunday in Los Angeles. Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Beyonce, Swift Big Winners At Lavish Grammys

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Women struggle to carry 55-pound bags of rice given out Sunday in Port-au-Prince. David Schaper/NPR hide caption

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New Program For Food Aid In Haiti Targets Women

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