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“So You Want to Be Lighter?”

Photo by Jeff Siepman on Unsplash (rights-free) By: Zainab Molumo I was not much older than I am now when I realized that the vast selection of cosmetics stashed behind the counters at my neighborhood international markets were not ordinary…

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Hunting for a Dose

Photo by little plant on Unsplash (rights-free) By: Zainab Molumo In the weeks leading up to his inauguration, then President-elect Biden announced what at the time seemed like an ambitious goal: to deliver 100 million vaccines during his first 100…

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Pregnant People’s Paradox

Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash (rights-free) By: Adaora Yvonne Ntukogu Including pregnant women in research is very risky. Pregnant women are especially vulnerable, so their participation in clinical trials could result in pregnancy complications that could harm the unborn…

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The Opioid Epidemic & Drug Policy

By: Sarah Du Ted Flores was in his early twenties when he was first introduced to opioids following a car crash. For six years, he battled a constant cycle of withdrawals from taking more than what his physician prescribed, often…

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