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Beginnings, Bright and Dark
To solve the darkest public health issues, researchers seek answers in adolescence, childhood and the womb. More
La Familia Gilman
Bob Gilman doesn’t just do research in Peru. He’s building a network that spans generations. Four from his “family” share their stories. More
Voices Against Malaria
West African musicians and griots create a local buzz about preventing the mosquito-borne illness. More
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End Game

End Game

After malaria transmission drops precipitously, epidemiologist William Moss asks, What next?

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Running Start

Running Start

The Back on My Feet running club is remaking lives one early morning jog at a time.

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Home, Safe Home

Home, Safe Home

Can the risk for childhood injuries be reduced with a checklist that looks at hazards in the home?

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The Mystery of Vif

The Mystery of Vif

Scientist Xiao-Fang Yu’s latest discovery probes a weakness in HIV: a “bodyguard” molecule called Vif.

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Open Mike
As a father and an epidemiologist, Dean Michael J. Klag shares his search for answers to the autism epidemic.

AfterWords
A flash of experience. A sudden transformation of joy into something else.

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The Last Pixel: Circle of Life
Scientists are discovering how harsh environments in early life affect individuals … and even their grandchildren.

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3 Generations, 1 Book

3 Generations, 1 Book

Daniel and Jesse Oak Taylor (son and grandson of Carl Taylor) chat about the book they wrote with Carl.

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