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Your Health Podcast: Kids' Nutrition And A Mission To Get Moving

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Medicine, Murder And The History of Transfusion

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Treadmills desks can be built at home as long as you have a treadmill. Sharyn Morrow/Wikimedia Commons via Flickr hide caption

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Are BPA-free bottles really safer than the ones that are chock-full of bisphenol A? Good luck trying to find out. David McNew/Getty hide caption

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Orthopedist Popi Gianakouras helps 45-year-old Bob Rothaker with physical therapy to treat his sore shoulder. Richard Knox/NPR hide caption

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Got Knee Pain? Maybe The Answer Is More Exercise

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Sitting All Day: Worse For You Than You Might Think

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Your Health Podcast: 'Grapefruit DEET' And Night Shift Sleep

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Researchers Rewrite The Guidelines For Diagnosing Alzheimer's

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