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Scientists One Step Closer To 3-D-Printed Ovaries To Treat Infertility

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Tapping into millennials' compassion and activism might be the best way to motivate them to buy health coverage, says Aditi Juneja, a New York University law student. Ashley Pridmore/Courtesy of Youth Radio hide caption

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Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price contradicted his agency's online information about the efficacy of medication-assisted treatment for opioid addiction. Zach Gibson/Getty Images hide caption

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It's not clear how living in a segregated neighborhood affects blood pressure, but stress is one potential cause, experts say. annebaek/Getty Images/iStockphoto hide caption

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Leaving Segregated Neighborhoods Lowers Blacks' Blood Pressure

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Stressed-Out High Schoolers Advised To Try A Nap Pod

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Yawning May Promote Social Bonding Even Between Dogs And Humans

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Dr. Adam McMahan has been practicing medicine in rural Alaska for three years. It's the kind of intimate, full-spectrum family medicine the 34-year-old doctor loves. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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In Rural Alaska, A Young Doctor Walks To His Patient's Bedside

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Frank Farry is a state representative in the 142nd Legislative District in Pennsylvania, as well as a volunteer firefighter. He created a crisis hotline to provide support for first responders. Courtesy Pennsylvania House of Representatives/Courtesy Pennsylvania House of Representatives hide caption

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First Responders Need Help, Too: Crisis Hotline Caters To Emergency Workers

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Thordis Elva And Tom Stranger: How Do You Move Forward After Sexual Violence?

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Elizabeth Lesser: Why Is It So Hard To Ask For — And Offer — Forgiveness?

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Focus On Infants During Childbirth Leaves U.S. Moms In Danger

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