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Ebola Outbreak In Congo Enters Year 2. Is An End In Sight?

The crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo is now entering its second year. Medical workers discuss causes for optimism — and pessimism.

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Ebola Outbreak In Congo Enters Year 2. Is An End In Sight?

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Actual scientific research on beards is, regrettably, scant. However, researchers now know how beards are perceived by one important group of people: children. Maskot/Getty Images hide caption

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Kids See Bearded Men As Strong — But Unattractive, Study Finds

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