Author: Beth Skwarecki

What I Learned About Health From Reporting It

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When a Company Drops a Controversial Ingredient, They’re Not Doing It For Your Health

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Why Isn’t Sex Ed Preparing Students for Adulthood?

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Games That Teach You Something About Public Health

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Drink makers are squirrely about ingredients, even when they share nutrition info

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The dangers of doing nothing: What pregnant women need to know about clinical trials

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Let’s stop playing politics with vaccines

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Why Measles Isn’t Just An Anti-Vaxxer Problem

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Could the Ebola epidemic end this year?

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Chagas disease is turning up in (un)likely places. Who is ready for it?

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