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A. That depends a little on where you are. "I would say there's always a risk of developing an infection when you're traveling internationally," said Dr. Robert Winters, an infectious disease specialist in Santa Monica. "I would avoid China, but I would not change my plans for any other part of the world."

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You might run into a vehicle that doesn’t explicitly have a dealer markup but has instead been loaded with accessories and priced well above the initial starting point. On the one hand, you’d actually get something for your money, but you would still spend roughly the same amount as a markup. Unless you want those accessories, the same advice applies. Shop around for a vehicle without the add-ons since you’ll have a harder time persuading a dealership to remove them.

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“Start by choosing a basic, reliable recipe, otherwise you’re going to be discouraged right away. Don’t be overly ambitious. Make the Toll House chocolate chip cookies, the recipe on the package. It’s a good, basic recipe.”

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Parenting advice flows in all directions in endless floods of verbiage on the web, in books, and among fretting, counsel-seeking moms and dads at Gymboree play classes.

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The more you fill your frame with your main subject, the better your chances of making a powerful image. Robert Capa, the great World War II photographer, was famous for this advice.

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Wherever researchers stand on meat, there's agreement that the nuances of nutrition science often get lost in translation. Foods are often labeled as good or bad, even when researchers try to be nuanced.

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NEW YORK (AP) — So is red meat good or bad for you? If the answer were only that simple.

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