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Researchers explore potential link between depression and inflammation

Researchers explore potential link between depression and inflammation An ongoing study is finding that there may be a connection between depression and inflammation in the peripheral blood and the brain.

Leading Questions: A City Election Special

Leading Questions: A City Election SpecialPlanning to vote in the upcoming election? Get informed with WHYY's election coverage, here.

Record Store Day celebrates vinyl and basks in growing sales

Record Store Day celebrates vinyl and basks in growing salesTomorrow is Record Store Day — when vinyl devotees pay tribute to the independent shops which in a digital world manage to keep their groove on.  This year's observance is celebrating a milestone.

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The success of immigrant communities starts with support of neighborhood schools
Philadelphia Neighborhoods in Flux

The success of immigrant communities starts with support of neighborhood schools

The main concern I have is for safety in the elementary schools. To help my neighborhood succeed, the next mayor needs to know how critical it is to the Karen community of Philadelphia to support our neighborhood public schools
Philadelphia Neighborhoods in Flux

Sharp increases in property taxes a threat to Mantua residents

AVI has negatively affected the families of this community and has put all of us at risk of either losing our properties or acquiescing and relocating. Development of multi-unit student housing in the Mantua community is

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Ending mass incarceration starts at home

Ending mass incarceration starts at home

I read with interest of singer John Legend's "Free America" campaign, which aims to bring awareness to the problem of mass incarceration in the United States.
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The science behind our sickbed cravings

The science behind our sickbed cravings

WHYY conducted a highly un-scientific survey of what people ate when they had the sniffles as kids, and tried to uncover whether there is any science behind our childhood sickbed cravings. 
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