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Lack of access to hormone replacement therapy at most U.S. colleges and universities impacts many trans students at a critical time: their transitions. more

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Eric Wahlforss

Michael Pollan explores the political effects of psychedelic drugs. more

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Twelve years ago, my life was irrevocably altered by an environmental toxin. Now, the EPA director is refusing to regulate it. more

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Rowan Lynam

Sitting over a thousand feet below the surface of the desert, the Navajo aquifer supports the drinking water needs of most of the 7,000 Hopi who live on reservation. But the aquifer is harboring an invisible toxin. more

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Southeast Region

The sight of a wall of fire is terrifying, but there's a less visible part of fires that is just as dangerous more

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Soaring college costs force many to go without food or seek government assistance. more

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Now along comes Pruitt, proclaiming that Superfund is his priority. As the “mother of Superfund,” as I am sometimes called, I should be thrilled. Instead, I’m terrified. more

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While the Donald Trump/Russia debacle sucks up media attention let’s not forget about legislation that could, um, kill people. more

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Charlotte Cooper

Trump and the Republicans have been busy restricting women's access to healthcare. Time to get to work shutting them down. more

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Physicians for a National Health Program

Doctors from the National Health Program and National Physicians Alliance merged with the health care demonstrators and the Occupy Wall Street protest to form a group under the banner of "Healthcare for the 99%" to protest corporate greed. more

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Helen Cook

Had I been duped by liberal propaganda about the benefits of the air we breathe? more

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Matt Northam

All over the country Americans watched with disgust as the House Republicans rammed through their latest plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act. In its broad outlines, the American Health Care Act is a transfer of wealth from the poor to the rich. more

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Adventure Jay

The Order on "Promoting Free Speech and Religious Liberty," signed in the Rose Garden on National Prayer Day, effectively opens the door for employers to impose their religious beliefs on their employees. Where's the freedom in that? more

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Chip Thomas

For thirty years, Chip Thomas has worked as a doctor in the Painted Desert region. He's also an artist, committed to sharing the stories and concerns of the Navajo people he works with. Take a look. more

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He was raised a Baptist and became born again as a teenager. Now he works providing abortions in the Deep South because, as he puts it, "is it right for me, as a Christian, to refuse to do them?" more

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Ben Palmquist argues it’s time to turn down the Washington rhetoric, tune into our friends and neighbors, and get to work. more

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“It is hard to over-emphasize how dire it is to have politicians messing around with healthcare that is actually life and death.” more

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Just about every state harbors an active and organized grassroots campaign for universal health care, and state campaigns have already achieved significant success. more

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Pervasive problems, both for those with private insurance and the twenty-eight million Americans still lacking coverage even with the ACA’s help, explain the hunger for reform. more

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Amid the onslaught of new revelations, executive orders and back room deals, important stories are no doubt falling by the wayside. more

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