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Vacation Days Piling Up? Here's How To Get The Most Out Of A Short Vacation

Vacation days piling up? Even a short trip can boost well-being.Kristen Uroda for NPRhide caption

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Vacation Days Piling Up? Here's How To Get The Most Out Of A Short Vacation

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Why Hospitals Are Getting Into The Real Estate Business

Nationwide Children's Hospital developed Career Gateway Homes, a combination low-income housing project and employment-training center.Courtesy Nationwide Children's Hospitalhide caption

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Should You Get That Scan? Your Doctor Might Not Be Great At Helping You Decide

Screening for lung cancer can catch tumors but it can also produce false positives. Patients need to decide whether it's right for them, but doctors often don't know how to advise them.FS Productions/Getty Images/Blend Imageshide caption

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Paul Gilding: How Do We Continue To Grow If The Earth Has Reached Its Limit?

Paul Gilding on TED Stage.James Duncan Davidson/TEDhide caption

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Paul Gilding: How Do We Continue To Grow If The Earth Has Reached Its Limit?

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Babies Born Dependent On Opioids Need Touch, Not Tech

Victoria gave birth to her daughter Lili while in treatment for opioid dependency.Alex Smith/KCURhide caption

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Babies Born Dependent On Opioids Need Touch, Not Tech

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A Grand Noodle Riddle, Cracked: Here's How To Snap Spaghetti Into Just 2 Pieces

A little food for thought.Gregor Schuster/Getty Imageshide caption

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A Grand Noodle Riddle, Cracked: Here's How To Snap Spaghetti Into Just 2 Pieces

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Scientists Race To Improve 'Living Drugs' To Fight Cancer

Patient Aaron Reid receives (CAR) T-cell therapy at the NIH in Bethesda, MD. The process took five minutes to complete.Pearl Mak/NPRhide caption

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Scientists Race To Improve 'Living Drugs' To Fight Cancer

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Wisconsin Reservation Offers A Climate Success Story And A Warning

James Rees, left, and Nicholas Pinter of the University of California, Davis, gather housing data in the town of Odanah, Wis.Joe Proudman/UC Davishide caption

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Wisconsin Reservation Offers A Climate Success Story And A Warning

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Florida's Gulf Coast Battles Deadly And Smelly Red Tide

At Coquina Beach, crews are out early using beach rakes to clear dead fish. The fish are dying because of a toxic algae bloom known as red tide.Greg Allen/NPRhide caption

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Florida's Gulf Coast Battles Deadly And Smelly Red Tide

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Watch This Native Pollinator Build Her Bee-Jeweled Nest

A female blue orchard bee forages for nectar and pollen on Phacelia tanacetifolia flowers, also known as blue or purple tansy. Blue orchard bees are solitary bees that help pollinate California's almond orchards.Josh Cassidy/KQEDhide caption

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