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Garrett shares a moment with his mother, Natalie Peterson. "He has been doing so good," she says. "He's been smiling." Nicole Haley/University of Michigan Health System hide caption

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Doctors Use 3-D Printing To Help A Baby Breathe

Garrett Peterson was born with a defective windpipe and every day he struggled to breathe. Now, thanks to a 3-D printer, his windpipe has been strengthened and Garrett should soon breathe normally.

Campaign workers and other political operatives are trying to find ways to use Google Glass on the campaign trail. Frederic J. Brown /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Google Glass: Coming Soon To A Campaign Trail Near You

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At the Lenox Academy in Brooklyn, N.Y., educators try to teach kids to see struggle as a normal part of learning. Tovia Smith/NPR hide caption

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Does Teaching Kids To Get 'Gritty' Help Them Get Ahead?

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Garrett shares a moment with his mother, Natalie Peterson. "He has been doing so good," she says. "He's been smiling." Nicole Haley/University of Michigan Health System hide caption

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Doctors Use 3-D Printing To Help A Baby Breathe

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