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A Denver Native Brings The Vast Outdoors To At-Risk Youths

CityWILD enables at-risk students in Denver to raft, backpack, mountain-bike, and snowshoe – while they also strive to reach their full potential.

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How Teachers Calm, Educate Students Amid Swirl Of Election Emotions

Emery Martin, 3, plays under a voting booth as her father, Chris Martin (r.) marked his ballot in Sacramento, Calif., on Monday, Nov. 7.

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Tencent Splurges With $220 Million Worth Of Shares In Surprise Birthday Giveaway

Tencent company name is displayed at a news conference in Hong Kong, China March 17, 2016.

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Displaced By War, Refugees Find Hope In Their Food Culture

As Syrian chefs have shown around the world, the simplicity of a shared meal could provide answers to the multifaceted issue of war and

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Weeks After Defeated Deal, Colombia And FARC Rebels Reach A New Peace

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos makes a peace sign with wife Maria Clemencia Rodriguez after voting in the October referendum. That deal was rejected

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U.S. Election Results: Five Bumpy White House Transitions

President Barack Obama took the first step in passing the presidential baton to his successor Donald Trump after the two spoke for more than

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‘Minibrains’ Could Help Drug Discovery For Zika And For Alzheimer’s

This image is from lab-grown brain tissue — a minibrain — infected by Zika virus (white) with neural stem cells in red and neuronal

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Cigarette Smoking In The U.S. Continues To Fall

Cigarette smoking continues to decline as taxes on tobacco rise. The number of cigarette smokers in the United States has dropped by 8.6 million

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How Does A High-Protein Diet Aid Weight Loss? Study Sheds Light

Researchers have learned more about how protein-rich foods affect appetite and weight. A number of studies have suggested a diet high in protein can

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