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For Troubled Kids, Some Schools Take Time Out For Group Therapy

A growing number of schools are offering training for emotional and social skills that can benefit kids in school and throughout their life.

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Prosecutors Defend Manafort Warrants Following Challenges Over Evidence

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'The Gospel According to André': Look Fabulous, And Know Your History

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For Troubled Kids, Some Schools Take Time Out For Group Therapy

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Patients in the study had "significantly lower out-of-pocket costs — on the average, $500 — when they visited a physical therapist first," says Bianca Frogner, a health economist at the University of Washington. PeopleImages/Getty Images hide caption

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Trying Physical Therapy First For Low Back Pain May Curb Use Of Opioids

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