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The retraction crisis has morphed into a citation crisis.
The neoliberal call for more 'choice', seems hard to resist.
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If we lose our pollinators, we'll soon lose everything else.
The vaccine will shorten the "shedding" time.
One bill hopes to repeal the crime of selling sex and expand social services; the other would legalize the entire sex trade.
Remedies must honor the complex social dynamics of adolescence.
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