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CDC Considers Counseling Males Of All Ages On Circumcision

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How Girls Are Developing Earlier In An Age Of 'New Puberty'

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Samples of carrots cooked three ways are placed on a table for the kids at Walker-Jones Educational Campus, in Washington, D.C., to sample after they have finished lunch. The crowd favorite will later end up on the school lunch menu. Claire Eggers/NPR hide caption

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Of Carrots And Kids: Healthy School Lunches That Don't Get Tossed

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When beverage companies like Pepsi create ad campaigns with stars like Beyonce, they're trying to appeal to youth, says Jennifer Harris of the Rudd Center for Food Policy & Obesity. Walter McBride/Corbis hide caption

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