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07/24/2014

Too few U.S. youth getting vaccine for sexually transmitted virus: CDC

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07/23/2014

More U.S. teens’ report using human growth hormone, group says

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07/21/2014

Babies of anxious mothers more likely to cry excessively: study

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07/21/2014

Rates of abdominal obesity leveling off among kids

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07/15/2014

Police Won’t Use Nude Photos of Va. Teen as Evidence in Sexting Case, Attorney Says

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07/15/2014

Children Of Gay Parents Are Happier And Healthier Than Their Peers, New Study Finds

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05/22/2014

Cannabis may Help Prevent Seizures in Children with Severe Epilepsy

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05/20/2014

What Is This Child Doing in Prison?

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05/12/2014

U.S. children read, but not well or often: report

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05/01/2014

Criminalizing harmful substance abuse during pregnancy: Is there a problem with that?

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