• August 17, 2017 |  The Pulse

    Gulf Coast land loss threatens food sovereignty

    Pointe-au-Chien and other Louisiana tribes want to protect native ways of eating.
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    Returning restaurants' oyster shells back to the water

    Shell recycling keeps them out of landfills and improves ecosystem health.
  • August 17, 2017 |  The Pulse

    As Americans quit smoking, farmers give up tobacco

    Shifting public opinion and smoking habits have changed Kentucky farming.
  • August 17, 2017 |  The Pulse

    What's a cloud forest without clouds?

    Scientists say climate change could dry out misty jungles in the Andes of Peru.
  • August 17, 2017 |  The Pulse

    The story behind Philly's heroin encampment

    As the controversial spot closes down, we take a tour of its history.
  • August 11, 2017 |  The Pulse

    How to deal with sweaty, smelly feet

    We do a lot of walking during the summer, slogging a few blocks to the beach in the blazing sun, carrying those pesky chairs and the umbrella, and pou...
  • August 3, 2017 |  The Pulse

    Stigma keeps some doctors from treating drug addiction

    Most primary care doctors aren't able to prescribe Rx anti-addiction medicine.
  • August 3, 2017 |  The Pulse

    Prostitution decriminalized: Rhode Island’s experiment

    What can public health learn from the time the state decriminalized prostitution?
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