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Researchers are looking at ways to get kids to pick healthier foods in their school cafeterias. One middle school found that when they put chocolate milk 6 inches behind white milk, many kids suddenly opted for the white milk instead. The school pictured wasn't involved in the study. Toby Talbot/AP hide caption

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Stealth Health: Nudging Kids Toward A Better Diet

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A crowd in downtown Amsterdam, the capital of The Netherlands. The Dutch are thought to be the tallest people in the world. Koen van Weel/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Measuring A Country's Health By Its Height

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Manure from these cows on Fiscalini Farms is used in a methane digester that produces renewable electricity. Sheraz Sadiq/KQED hide caption

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Stinky Renewable Energy Source Creates Smog

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Students and a teacher from the PS229 school in Woodside, N.Y., attend a Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF 60th anniversary celebration in New York City. Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images North America hide caption

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All Treat, No Tricks As UNICEF Fundraiser Turns 60

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King Fahd mosque soars over a working class district in the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo. It was built after the Bosnian war with Saudi funds of $30 million. Its Middle Eastern style clashes with the more modest stone structures left by Ottoman architects. Sylvia Poggioli/NPR hide caption

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Radical Islam Uses Balkan Poor To Wield Influence

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