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The idea behind this breasted vest is to address gender disparities in training and performance of CPR, which is vital for anyone experiencing cardiac arrest.

'Highlights' Magazine sticks to winning formula of mixing fun with learning

The magazine has lasted for generations by sticking to the formula of mixing fun with learning.

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Over the next six months or so, at least five major new streaming services will debut, bursting with original shows, reboots and well-regarded reruns.

Watch Live: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Testifies On Capitol Hill

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is testifying before the House Financial Services Committee

Grown At High Altitudes, Bolivia's Wines Are Rising Stars

The landlocked South American nation is starting to turn heads for award-winning wine.

Could Super-Absorbent Gel Save Millions Of Gallons Of Water In The Desert?

Arizona State University West launched a pilot project using a new water-saving solution called hydrogel.

Remembering NPR’s Cokie Roberts

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How a Prenatal 'Bootcamp' for new dads helps the whole family

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Scientists Are Still Uncovering The Grand Canyon's Geological 'Secrets'

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With a compact device in hand, world travelers are sharing intimate images from the far corners of the globe.

A Bug's Life: Remembering the classic Volkswagen Beetle

At one time, the Volkswagen Beetle was so ubiquitous that its sighting is often punctuated by a swift punch in the arm and a shout of "Punch Buggy!" (Or "Slug Bug!" depending on your regional take on the road trip game).

When natural disasters strike, operation BBQ swoops in with relief — and ribs

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