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In this July 23 family photo, 5-year-old Harvey Sutton raises his arms while hiking the Appalachian Trail with his parents, Josh and Cassie Sutton. Josh Sutton hide caption

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He Hiked 2,100 Miles In 209 Days To Complete The Appalachian Trail. He's Only 5

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5 Ways To Stop Summer Colds From Making The Rounds In Your Family

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According to a new study, among families in the middle socioeconomic group the older, September-born kids were 2.6 percentage points more likely to attend college and 2.6 percentage points more likely to graduate from an elite university. Rawpixel Ltd./Getty Images/iStockphoto hide caption

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A new study shows that when infants and young children grow up in households without enough to eat, they are more likely to perform poorly at school years later. Daniel Fishel for NPR hide caption

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