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With Obamacare, More Millennials Are Going To The Doctor, Sort Of

Once young adults started getting coverage through their parents, they started getting checkups more often, a study finds. But they still may need help filling a prescription.

SBTRKT: 'There's Always A Space You Can Go'

Hear the electronic-music producer discuss how his late brother and the "journey of the album" inspired the title track from Wonder Where We Land.

Home Health Workers Struggle For Better Pay And Health Insurance

Home health care aides often toil for low pay and in jobs without benefits, including health insurance. A million more home health care workers will be needed to meet demand over the next decade.

Stop The Drop: Community Programs Make A Difference

All across Georgia, students, teachers and community volunteers are doing their part to help improve Georgia's high school graduation rate. In 2013, only 71.5 percent of high school students graduated with their classmates.

China May Drop 9 Crimes From List Of Death Penalty Offenses

The move appears to be part of a trend to reduce the use of the death penalty in a country that still executes more people than any other.

The Many, Many Secret Lives Of Teachers

What do teachers do outside the classroom? We've gotten hundreds of responses to that question. To list a few: They officiate at weddings, run nonprofits and Jazzercise.

The Secret Lives Of Teachers: Mei-Ling Uliasz

The second installation of our Secret Lives series continues with a profile of a second-grade teacher with a passion for making "upcycled" jewelry.

Nurse Amber Vinson Discharged After Testing 'Ebola-Free'

The 29-year-old nurse, one of two who became infected while treating Liberian Thomas Eric Duncan, is being released from Emory University Hospital in Atlanta.

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