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Drugging France

Addiction isn’t a one-size-fits-all disease. Women experience it differently than men.

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Taking Care of Moms

As of January 2024, twelve states, including Virginia and Washington DC, have implemented Medicaid coverage for doula care.

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REPLAY: The Pets We Love

In the earlier stages of the pandemic, when many people were still staying as close to home as possible, nearly 1 in 5 American households adopted a pet. Today we’re talking furry friends, and also some not-so-furry friends (6 foot lizard anyone?).

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REPLAY: Protecting Human Rights

What are human rights? Who gets to be human?

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Cravings

The holiday season is about cheer, gathering with loved ones and, of course, food. Navigating nutrition from ultra-processed foods and picky kids to pro athletes and food sovereignty.

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Seeking Refuge

Worldwide there are more than 35 million refugees who have fled their homes. Who are these refugees, what’s it like for the countries taking them in, and what does it take to finally gain asylum?

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After They’ve Served

No matter how they served or where or when, for veterans, returning to civilian life is a big transition.

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Seeing Isn’t Believing

Photoshop can now produce images from text.

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A Confrontation With History

Is it appropriate to study fiction and poetry during times of crisis?

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Melting Futures

Polar bears are no one’s prey. Except for climate change itself.

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Migrating Marshes

Do you have a flood and fire plan for your precious records?

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REPLAY: The Voyage of the USS Albatross

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