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A Crisis With Scant Data: States Move To Count Drug-Dependent Babies

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Doctors are trying to slowly wean Lexi from her dependence on methadone. She's just 2 weeks old. Under a doctor's advice, her mom took methadone while pregnant, to help kick a heroin habit. Kristin Espeland Gourlay/RIPR hide caption

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Tiny Opioid Patients Need Help Easing Into Life

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Saw-scaled vipers may be small, but they pack a nasty venomous punch. This one, Echis carinatus sochureki, was used in a study on snake venom. Courtesy of Wolfgang Wüster hide caption

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Daily medications for young children with HIV include both tablets and liquid drugs in syringes. Andrew Aitchison/In Pictures/Corbis hide caption

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Scientists Report First Cure Of HIV In A Child, Say It's A Game-Changer

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