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Doctors In Flint, Mich., Push A Healthy Diet To Fight Lead Exposure

Even low levels of lead in children can cause learning or behavioral problems, the CDC says. But foods packed with calcium, iron and vitamin C can help reduce the absorption of lead in kids.

The examining rooms in the Fort Worth clinic do not meet the emergency-room-like standards of the Texas abortion law known as HB 2. It would cost more than $1 million to upgrade this facility, and the clinic's operators say it would be forced to close. Barry Gordemer/NPR hide caption

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Supreme Court Tests Texas' New Restrictions On Abortion

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Basketball's 3-Pointer: From Tacky Gimmick To Strategic Platform

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Doctors In Flint, Mich., Push A Healthy Diet To Fight Lead Exposure

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Pro-Trump Lawmaker Says 'Build A Wall' Doesn't Exactly Mean A Wall

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