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Suspect In Colorado Planned Parenthood Shooting Appears In Court

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Abortion Providers Raise Security Concerns After Planned Parenthood Shooting

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Remembering The Victims Of The Planned Parenthood Shooting In Colorado

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Missouri Hospital Counts On Procedure Price List To Increase Business

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Patients Want To Price-Shop For Care, But Online Tools Unreliable

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Claudia Anton, with her father, Roger Bessey, and sister, Diana Keough, at their home in 1978. After being diagnosed with AIDS in 1988, Bessey died in 1990. Courtesy of Diana Keough hide caption

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Caught Between Their Dying Parents, Daughters Find Comfort In A Lie

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'Selfies' Are More Than Meets The Eye

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What Will News Of Frank Gifford's CTE Mean For Football?

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A view from the starting line of the sixth annual Krispy Kreme Challenge in Raleigh, N.C., in 2010. The local children's health clinic takes its name from this annual charity race, which draws about 8,000 participants each year. Courtesy of Dustin Bates hide caption

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Sweet Name Of Kids' Clinic Gives Some People Heartburn

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This year's flu vaccine protects against a few different virus strains, including the H1N1 seen here. The fuzzy outer layer is made of proteins that allow the virus to attach to human cells. NIAID/Flickr hide caption

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Inside Each Flu Shot, Months Of Virus Tracking And Predictions

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