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A Child with Cancer, and Difficult Choices
Computer Chips Help Rewire Muscle Controls
Water Policy Around the World
The Evolving Debate over Cochlear Implants
AIDS, Other Diseases Create Poverty Trap in Africa
Drug May Reduce Deaths Due to Childbirth Bleeding
Burundi's Free Health Care Saves Lives, Faces Fight
Black Stars Gather to Put Spotlight on AIDS in South Africa
Green Burial Movement Spreads to the Southwest
Thousands Sickened by Toxic Waste in Ivory Coast
Researchers Still Learning from Romania's Orphans
Dr. Moore's Mountaintop House Calls
WHO Backs Use of DDT Against Malaria
India Sounds Alarm on Rise in Obesity Cases
How Can Genetic Research Improve Cancer Treatments?