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Can hospitals learn to better treat Deaf patients?
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Glory, grief, and the race for the Triple Crown
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History haunts, but Alabama changes
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Can we treat psychosis by listening to the voices in our heads?
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The forgotten victims of America's opioid crisis
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The strange history of our futile border fortifications
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The transgender community fights for health care
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In the alt-right, women are the future, and the problem
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A life without food
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Who owns black pain?
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A tuberculosis crisis in the Black Belt
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The scandal of mental health in West Africa
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In 1971, William Powell published The Anarchist Cookbook, a guide to making bombs and drugs at home. He spent the next four decades fighting to tak...
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The ragged glory of female activism
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A clandestine war on wolves
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The right to choose in Rapid City
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