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Deconstructing Some Of The What-Ifs From The Supreme Court

If the Supreme Court strikes down the health overhaul law, what happens to the people who have benefited already? Here's a roundup of some answers to questions raised by the historic arguments.
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Health Care Politics A Hot Topic After Supreme Court

Robert Siegel talks to Mara Liasson about health care politics.
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What Happens If Affordable Care Act Is Cut By Court?

What happens to the provisions of the federal health care law if the Supreme Court throws it out entirely? Melissa Block discusses that with NPR health policy correspondent Julie Rovner.
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How Your Brain Is Like Manhattan

The human brain may be just three pounds of jelly. But it turns out that jelly is very organized. New scanning techniques show that the brain's communications pathways are laid out in a highly ordered three-dimensional grid that look a bit like a map of Manhattan.
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Autism Rates Jump Again, As Diagnosis Improves

The rapid rise in numbers has prompted calls to declare the developmental disorder an epidemic. But researchers say most if not all of the increase could be due to better recognition of the disorder by parents, doctors and teachers.

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