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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Can a helmet sensor help prevent brain trauma in athletes?

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Can a helmet sensor help prevent brain trauma in athletes?

Coaches and medical professionals are debating how to keep players safe from concussions.

Can a helmet sensor help prevent brain trauma in athletes?

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Experimental therapy trains immune cells to kill leukemia

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Experimental therapy trains immune cells to kill leukemia

Jackie Judd reports on the growing research on immunotherapy in fighting cancer.

Experimental therapy trains immune cells to kill leukemia

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour How Netanyahu was able to close the gap at the polls

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How Netanyahu was able to close the gap at the polls

Judy Woodruff talks to special correspondent Martin Seemungal.

How Netanyahu was able to close the gap at the polls

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour What House Republicans hope 2016’s budget will look like

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What House Republicans hope 2016’s budget will look like

House Republicans revealed their 2016 budget plan.

What House Republicans hope 2016’s budget will look like

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour What Millennials should do now to save for retirement

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What Millennials should do now to save for retirement

Judy Woodruff talks to Jen Mishory of Young Invincibles and David John of AARP.

What Millennials should do now to save for retirement

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Why families stress too much about college admissions

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Why families stress too much about college admissions

The college admissions process can be riddled with anxiety and stress.

Why families stress too much about college admissions

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