How do [meat alternative producers] truthfully and thoughtfully communicate what they are making—highly processed food—to consumers who are invested in their social missions, yet dubious of food that humans have tinkered with?

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Race, gender and income play a bigger role in predicting health outcomes now than they did in 1993.

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Our Travis Rieder spoke to The Crime Report about his experience with opioids, the national epidemic of opioid use disorder, and his new book, “In Pain.”

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Scientists have created living entities that resemble very primitive human embryos, the most advanced example of these structures yet created in a lab.

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Our Travis Rieder speaks with Sheilah Kast about his new book, “In Pain.”

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A new study finds we’ve already installed enough fossil fuel infrastructure to commit to more than 1.5 degrees Celsius of planetary warming, even without new planned installations.

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The U.S. has a long history of misunderstanding mental-health struggles.

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Our Travis Rieder discussed his addiction and journey during a presentation Monday hosted by the Duane Dean Behavioral Health Center in Kankakee, Illinois.

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