Hispanic and black women suffer disproportionately from conditions like HIV, diabetes, and obesity. Now some advocates are encouraging women of color to find support for healthy lifestyles. Host Michel Martin takes a look at two guides for women of color to take charge of their health.
A rigorous analysis of data from studies conducted decades ago suggest that one dose of the hallucinogenic drug could help people stop drinking. It's the latest work to call for further research on therapeutic use of hallucinogens.
A year after the earthquake and tsunami that killed almost 20,000 people in northeast Japan, schoolchildren are moving on, but have not forgotten. The students and their teachers talk about the effect the quake and its aftermath has had on them.
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