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Age limits at high school proms, fertility hope for cancer patients, and more.
Associated Press: Cancer patients take advantage of new treatments that protect fertility.
The New York Times: Women hold nearly 15 percent of seats on boards of Fortune 500 companies; at a rate of a half-point gain each year, they're estimated to have equal representation in 2076.
Guardian: There are more older moms in Britain; women over 50 giving birth to more than 20 babies a year through IVF treatments.
Star Tribune: More high schools are trying to impose age limits on prom dates.
Kansas City Star: DIY Web sites may encourage lonely, susceptible teens to self-mutilate.
The New York Times: Four proposals on same-sex unions compete for space on November ballot in Colorado.
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