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Children play inside the Ecle College Mixtede La Foi, a school that has been converted into a shelter for earthquake refugees in Montrouis, Haiti, about 50 miles northwest of Port-au-Prince. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Quake-Ravaged Haiti Struggles To Revive Schools

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Neurologist Francis Jensen examining a teenage patient. Jensen decided to study the teenage brain when her own sons became teenagers. Now Jensen lectures to teens and parents about how teenagers' brains are different. Richard Knox/NPR hide caption

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The Teen Brain: It's Just Not Grown Up Yet

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Lifelong learning and brain stimulation can help increase memory and decision-making ability, according to neuroscientists. iStockphoto hide caption

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The Aging Brain Is Less Quick, But More Shrewd

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In a Feb. 21 rally in Islamabad, Pakistan, women supporters of Pakistani religious party Jamaat-e-Islami hold posters of accused al-Qaida associate Aafia Siddiqui, demanding her release. A federal court in New York convicted Siddiqui of attempted murder of U.S. troops in Afghanistan. Anjum Naveed/AP hide caption

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'Lady Al-Qaida' Awaits Sentencing For Afghan Attack

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Sally, a bomb-sniffing dog, assists Marines in the search for IEDs during their offensive in Marjah, a Taliban-infested area of southern Afghanistan. Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson/NPR hide caption

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Taliban Flees Marjah, Threat Remains For Marines

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