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A woman's health history and tolerance for different kinds of risks should have a legitimate role in determining the timing of when she starts and stops getting screening mammograms, some leading doctors say. Sally Elford/Ikon Images/Getty Images hide caption

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Why Is Mammogram Advice Still Such A Tangle? Ask Your Doctor

Leading physicians' groups don't agree about when and how often women with an average risk for breast cancer should get a screening mammogram. But your history can help guide you and your doctor.

"Our officers are losing all day long on arrest reports and at lockups dropping off prisoners," said Ronal Serpas, co-chair of the new group, Law Enforcement Leaders to Reduce Crime and Incarceration. Sean Gardner/Getty Images hide caption

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More Than 100 Police Chiefs And Prosecutors Unite To Cut Prison Population

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The George Washington Of Investing Wants You For The Revolution

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Hedron BadBadNotGood
Gypsy No. 1 Terra Folk
Mystic Intro/Ajde Jano/Ederneni Boyacilari Terra Folk
Sapphire Bonobo
Appalachia Waltz Mark O'Connor
Foggy Mountain Breakdown Flatt & Scruggs

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Korea's Most Famous Entertainer Is Now Its Most Infamous Landlord

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Marked with the Knowledge Saxon Shore
The Last Days of a Tragic Allegory Saxon Shore
Sun Hands Local Natives
Black Balloons Local Natives
From West Texas Explosions in the Sky

Imagine a bar without the booze. Delegates wrangling in Bonn, Germany, this week have to figure out soon how to cover the world's climate bill. Oliver Berg/DPA/Landov hide caption

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How U.N. Climate Negotiations Are Like Splitting A Bar Tab

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Spinner Portico Quartet

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FCC Moves To Cut High Cost Of Prisoners' Calls

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The Hungry Years Lowercase Noises
Bowen Island Kaki King
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A woman's health history and tolerance for different kinds of risks should have a legitimate role in determining the timing of when she starts and stops getting screening mammograms, some leading doctors say. Sally Elford/Ikon Images/Getty Images hide caption

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Why Is Mammogram Advice Still Such A Tangle? Ask Your Doctor

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Everybody Loves the Sunshine Takuya Kuroda
Rising Son Takuya Kuroda
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