WINDSOR, ENGLAND - MAY 13:  Model Cara Delavigne arrives for a dinner to celebrate the work of The Royal Marsden hosted by the Duke of Cambridge at Windsor Castle on May 13, 2014 in Windsor, England.  (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

The eyebrows that have 'it'

When Joni Mitchell warbled that you "don't know what you've got till it's gone," she was referring to trees and flowers, but her lament could just as easily apply to the bushy forest of a woman's eyebrows: Once plucked, the terrain is never the same. This may not have been such a sad song a decade ago, when delicat …

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  1. The eyebrows that have 'it'

    Life

    When Joni Mitchell warbled that you "don't know what you've got till it's gone," she was referring to trees and flowers, but her lament could just as easily apply to the bushy forest of a woman's eyebrows: Once plucked, the terrain is never the same.

    WINDSOR, ENGLAND - MAY 13:  Model Cara Delavigne arrives for a dinner to celebrate the work of The Royal Marsden hosted by the Duke of Cambridge at Windsor Castle on May 13, 2014 in Windsor, England.  (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)
  2. More teens ­— girls and boys — getting HPV vaccine

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    More teen girls are getting a controversial cervical cancer vaccine but the increase isn't much of a bump, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports. For girls ages 13 to 17, the rate is now up to about 38 percent of girls, from 33 percent. The vaccine protects against human papillomavirus, or HPV. …

  3. HomeTeam 100: Players 1-10

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    We watched games, attended offseason events, covered 7-on-7 tournaments, attended spring practices and watched highlight videos.

  4. Brooksville teen's cancer story mirrors 'Fault in Our Stars' (w/video)

    Life

    Like a lot of girls, Faith Brown has read The Fault in Our Stars, the popular novel about two teens who fall in love at a cancer support group.

     Faith Brown and her cousin Sami Russell play in the swimming pool at her home in Brooksville Wednesday July 16, 2014. "We swim everyday and play games in the pool. Its so much fun. I'm hoping to be on the swim team at my high school," said Faith. 14 year old Faith was diagnosed with cancer last year and has had most of the bones in her right leg replaced with metal implants. "There are slight differences but I can still do things," said Faith. Faith plans to tryout for the swim team once she starts high school as a 9th grader.
  5. ADVICE: College relationships and group dynamics

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    Dear Prudence,

    Q: A good friend, "Liz" and I went to the same college, where we developed a close-knit group of friends. Liz and our friend "Greg" drunkenly hooked up freshman year, and Liz developed a bit of an infatuation, though Greg did not return those feelings. Now we're all juniors and Liz is …

    Emily Yoffe
  6. Teens' cars are older, smaller and less safe

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    New York Times

    Many teenagers are driving vehicles that do not offer good crash protection or lack important safety technology, according to research released this month by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, a group financed by the insurance industry.

  7. Latest style trend: It's camo couture

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    Hot competition among pickups has inspired automakers to seek every possible edge, in style as well as technology. So like such disparate trendsetters as downtown club kids and Duck Dynasty fans, trucks are now stepping out in camouflage.

    In an undated handout photo, the 2014 Dodge Ram Mossy Oak Edition. Automakers seeking a competitive edge are now releasing trucks designed with hints of camouflage, latching on to the popular clothing trend.  (Chrysler Group via The New York Times) -- NO SALES; FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY WITH STORY SLUGGED AUTOS CAMOUFLAGE ADV22 BY PHIL PATTON. ALL OTHER USE PROHIBITED. -- PHOTO MOVED IN ADVANCE AND NOT FOR USE - ONLINE OR IN PRINT - BEFORE JUNE 22, 2014.
  8. East Lake grad responds: Verbal attack is not the way to deal with censorship

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    Editor's note: East Lake High graduate Angelina DeVincenzo, above, was moved to share a different opinion about her school after reading a letter from graduate Jessica Klein to East Lake High Principal Carmela Haley ('Why high school felt like a prison to me,' June 11) recently published here, in tbt* and on …

    Angelina DeVincenzo, East Lake High class of 2014
  9. In her own words: Why high school felt like a prison to me

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    Editor's note: In her final year at East Lake High School in Pinellas County, Jessica Klein ran into some rules and attitudes that she found constraining. The following is a letter that she wrote to East Lake's principal, Carmela Haley (the letter has been edited for length):

    Ms Haley:

  10. Highlights from Tampa Bay high school graduations

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    Scroll through the Storify below for highlights of Tampa Bay's high school graduation 2014 season. Photos and stories by Tampa Bay Times staffers and tb-two* high school journalists.

     

     

    Vimarilyn Cardenas waves during the Jefferson High School commencement ceremony at the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa on Friday, May 30, 2014.