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Butterfly Effect: Hey America, Learn From South America

The US has long been a shining example to the rest of the Americas.

Her Name's 'French.' Her Humor's Universal.

Atlanta-based Joyelle Nicole Johnson is a fast-rising star in comedy who doesn't take herself too seriously and does take others' concerns lightly.

Dr. Oz, as You’ve Never Seen Him Before!

Dr Oz’s talks about his quest to uplift black doctors and about how to live a long, healthy life.

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Real Talk, Real Change

Compelling conversations on race to meet the moment.

Butterfly Effect: The Next Pandemic Vaccines Might Come From Rwanda

The West's vaccine nationalism has sparked a parallel movement for vaccine sovereignty among poorer nations.

Butterfly Effect: Has America Lost India's Trust?

The Biden administration's surprising delay in offering help to one of its closest partners amid a COVID-19 crisis threatens to undermine a vital friendship.

4 Quiet Pandemics We Need to Beat

This Sunday Magazine explores four pandemics that desperately need a vaccine, from those brewing in the medical industry and education system to societal concerns such as mass shootings and addiction.

Butterfly Effect: The Liberal Vaccine Populists

Donald Trump might not be in office, but his vaccine nationalism policies are only growing stronger.

Who Conquered the Virus?

What worked, what didn’t and what can we learn to enjoy a true declaration of independence this summer? Today’s Daily Dose takes you on a world tour.

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The Food That Built America

The Food that Built America tells the unbelievable true stories behind the industry titans like Henry Heinz, Milton Hershey, the Kellogg brothers and Ray Kroc, who revolutionized food, and transformed American life and culture forever in the process.

The Native Americans Changing the World

Today’s Daily Dose explores the Native Americans you need to know and what’s next for a community at a crossroads.

A New Frontier to Fight This Hair-Loss Disease

Alopecia areata, an autoimmune disease in which patients lose hair in random patches, impacts 2 percent of people globally, yet there are no FDA-approved treatments.

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