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The Number Of U.S. Kids With Mental Health Issues Is Growing

Research shows more and more children are going to the ER for self harm. The trends, one doctor says, are troubling.


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US Measles Cases Now At 25-Year Record

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Amid Backdrop Of Yosemite, Beto O'Rourke Announces Climate Change Plan

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Paris Police Warn Of Lead Exposure Following Notre Dame Fire

0:47Oil drilling rig in Washington
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Trump Administration Pauses Plans To Expand Offshore Drilling

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2 California Universities Quarantine Hundreds After Measles Exposure

1:15'Extinction Revolution' protests in London
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London Climate Protesters Say Demonstrations Inspired A Call To Action

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Treating Peanut Allergy With Peanut Exposure Might Up Reaction Risk

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The Way We Treat Peanut Allergies May Not Be Working

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Ebola Doctors And Nurses In Congo Threaten To Go On Strike

2:47A woman takes a photo for Instagram of a ridge at Zion National Park in Utah
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Social Media Is Making Some National Parks Too Popular

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The World Health Organization Recommends Zero Screen Time For Babies

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Health Officials Investigating Measles Outbreak In Los Angeles County

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US Measles Outbreak Largest Since 2000, According To CNN Analysis

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Millions More Americans Are Breathing Polluted Air, New Report Finds

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World's First Malaria Vaccine Introduced In Africa

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Walgreens, Rite Aid Up Minimum Age To Buy Tobacco Products To 21

2:15New York City skyline
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Hot, Polluted Cities Can Show How Future Allergies Might Get Worse

1:32Oxycodone pills spill out of a bottle
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Justice Department Charges Pharma Company With Opioid Trafficking

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From Barbers To Dentists: Why There's Different Insurance For Teeth

1:05London police clearing Oxford Circus of protesters
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UK Police Arrest More Than 1,000 Climate Change Protesters

1:07People participating in a march to highlight the push for clean water in Flint
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Judge Rules EPA Can Be Sued For Its Response To Flint Water Crisis

3:55James Dann of Thornton, Colorado pauses at at the Columbine Memorial Park on April 20, 2009 in Littleton, Colorado.
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How Trauma Affects Survivors Decades Later

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NYC Unveils Plan To Slash Its Buildings' Greenhouse Gas Emissions

1:14A sign warns people of measles in the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community in Williamsburg.
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Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Challenging NYC's Measles Vaccination Order

Journalist Laura Parker holds up an issue of National Geographic
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National Geographic Wants You To Cut Back On Single-Use Plastics

Journalist Laura Parker looks at an image of a sea horse holding a q-tip.
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The World's Plastic Addiction Is Killing Animals

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53 Health Professionals Charged With Illegal Opioid Distribution

2:46Mother in a grocery store with her child
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Geofence: The Invisible Way Companies Use Data To Track You Everywhere

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Health Officials Tighten Restrictions On NY County Measles Outbreak

0:45SpaceX CEO Elon Musk
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NASA Awards SpaceX $69 Million To Fly Spacecraft Into Asteroid