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The Prescription Paradox
When researchers began analyzing the biggest pile of data ever assembled on nursing home residents and their medications, they were hoping to learn which drugs worked best. Instead they found a world where old people too often receive the wrong medicine - if they receive any at all.
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Now that we are free
A Conversation with Desmond Tutu.
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Mighty Mighty Nate
What is this man doing at Brown?
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How I took the Ryan Express to Brown
Research Professor Jim Blight has squared off with such powerful figures as Fidel Castro and Robert McNamara. But never has he been as frightened and humiliated as during the three years he pitched in baseball's minor leagues.
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Sweatshop Followup
One of the hottest issues on campus gets hotter.
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Doctor Hollywood
A pre-med student stars in Rushmore.
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Eye of the Child
Using photography to help change the world.
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Since Last Time...
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Prisoners, Beware
A researcher fights a potentially fatal virus.
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The Payoff
Are schools waging a bidding war over financial aid?
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Child-Abuse Detective
Teaching doctors about violence against the young.
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Bias Toward None
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Next!
Baskeball coach Frank Dobbs calls it quits.
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Slowing to a Walk
A trip along the Continental Divide can bring College Hill into better view.
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Sports
What do you do after winning Olympic gold?
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Going Digital
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Why I Live Here
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