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(Top left, clockwise) Macmen N' Cheese; chocolate ramen; udon and egg. (Bottom row) Ramen fritatta; cannellini beans and spinach; and southwest taco from the book Rah! Rah! Ramen. Sara Childs/ Courtesy of Interactive Direct hide caption

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Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y., says having Medicaid pay for some students' coverage through the school health plan will give those students better options. Alex/Flickr hide caption

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Nobody plans to wind up in the emergency room, but costly accidents happen — even to healthy young people. Getty Images hide caption

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Reaching The Young And Uninsured On A Texas Campus

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Eighty percent of college students drink, and schools have had little success reducing those numbers, or the problems caused by excessive alcohol. Toby Talbot/AP hide caption

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Students at Yale University and several other schools that are self-insured will qualify for subsidies under the federal health law after all. Christopher Capozziello/Getty Images hide caption

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