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Tropical Diseases  September 4, 2012
West Nile Virus as seen under an electron microscope.

hy are tropical diseases like dengue fever, Chagas disease, West Nile, and others making inroads in the United States and why are they having more of an impact in our country’s impoverished communities?

Seizing Opportunity in an Unpredictable World  August 30, 2012
frans johansson

How random is success in design, invention, and business and is there a way to recognize and take advantage of the rare and lucky opportunities we do experience?

Ideas and Power in Latin America  August 30, 2012
Enrique Krauze

How are Latin American political systems and political leaders continuing to evolve in the 21st Century and what effect does Latin American politics have on the Unites States?

Family, France, and the Meaning of Food  August 29, 2012

There’s no doubt that food has a nutritious value, but what do our food choices say about us and what does food represent in our lives?

Saving a School on the Brink of Closure  August 29, 2012
photo by: Ben Sklar

What would you do to save your neighborhood school?

A Nurse’s View of Healthcare  August 28, 2012
Theresa Brown

What does it take to have a successful career in the healthcare industry and how do healthcare professionals measure that success?

The Secret Power of Middle Children  August 28, 2012

Could middle-born children possess character traits that might help them in life, business, and relationships?

John Brown and the Raid That Sparked the Civil War  August 27, 2012

Who was John Brown and how did his actions at Harpers Ferry in October of 1859 change America forever?

The Costs of Food Waste  August 27, 2012

What’s the value of the food we throw away?

The Rise and Fall of an Improbable Food  August 23, 2012

How did tuna go from being sold primarily as a fertilizer to almost everyone’s lunch box?

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