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Stuck In The Middle: Work, Health And Happiness At Midlife

Forget The Red Sports Car. The Midlife Crisis Is A Myth

The midlife crisis is entrenched in American popular culture, but mostly, it doesn't exist in more than a mere 10 percent of the population. Here, five ways we misunderstand midlife.

Supporters of Donald Trump attend a campaign event at the I-X Center in Cleveland, Ohio, on Saturday. Jeff Swensen/Getty Images hide caption

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Primary Voters Weigh In On Trump Clashes

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NPR's Claudio Sanchez visits the site of Treehaven — the school where he taught so many years ago, just outside Tucson, Ariz. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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Lessons From The School Where I Failed As A Teacher

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Cokie Roberts talks about her book Capital Dames on ABC's Good Morning America with George Stephanopoulos last April. Roberts left her position as a full-time staffer at NPR in 1992 but has regularly appeared on the air as a commentator. Fred Lee/ABC via Getty Images hide caption

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NPR Clarifies Cokie Roberts' Role After Anti-Trump Column

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