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  • Parents of preschoolers buying less milk, soda and juice

    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The parents of preschool children in the U.S. may be buying fewer sugar-sweetened drinks, a new study suggests.
  • Ben Hoffman on his Nelson Algren Award-winning story

    Ben Hoffman on his Nelson Algren Award-winning story
    Ben Hoffman was just a handful of rejection letters away from giving up on writing before he ever really started. About five years ago, after a stint teaching seventh- and eighth-graders through Teach For America in Washington, D.C., Hoffman, 30,...

    Bipartisan bill would tighten rules on campus sexual assault

    WASHINGTON A bipartisan group of senators on Wednesday introduced legislation to streamline how colleges handle cases of sexual assault. The Campus Safety and Accountability Act would increase penalties for colleges that break federal laws and, among...

    Brave heart: Former Boone sprinter, born with heart defect, is off to UNC

    Brave heart: Former Boone sprinter, born with heart defect, is off to UNC
    Brandon Reddick knew he was different from most other 4-year-olds. The scar on his chest provided visual evidence. "I don't have any memory of the heart [surgery], but I do remember being young, seeing that scar and knowing I had gone through...

    Will campus sexual-assault probes affect enrollment?

    WASHINGTON Sixty-seven U.S. colleges are under federal investigation for their handling of sexual assault cases. And prospective students have started to take notice. The past academic year marked a seismic shift. No longer were discussions of campus...