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Inside A Secret Government Warehouse Prepped For Health Catastrophes

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"It required a change in thinking. A change that forced public health workers to stop treating it as a medical problem but rather as a human behavior problem." - Richard Thaler Sandra Jones hide caption

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How Are Health Workers Putting An End To Guinea Worms?

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"We're on the verge of a whole new social science. It's a social science that recognizes...the complexity of the human mind." - Sendhil Mullainathan James Duncan Davidson/TED/James Duncan Davidson hide caption

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How Can A Nudge Save A Life?

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Can Mindfulness Help You Quit Smoking?

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The Text4Baby app sends free, periodic text messages in Spanish or English to pregnant women and new moms about prenatal care, labor and delivery, breastfeeding, developmental milestones and immunizations. Kristin Adair/NPR hide caption

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A Small Town Bands Together To Provide Opioid Addiction Treatment

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Medical residents training to be OB-GYNs in Texas don't have many places where they can learn how to perform abortions. Carrie Feibel/Houston Public Media hide caption

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Can Doctors Learn To Perform Abortions Without Doing One?

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A single modest meal for a doctor was associated with a higher likelihood he or she would prescribe Crestor, a cholesterol drug, instead of a generic. Daniel Acker/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Randy Curtis has hemophilia. These days he regularly injects the clotting factor treatments he needs from home, as a relatively easy way of preventing the episodes of catastrophic bleeding that plagued him as a child. Lesley McClurg/KQED hide caption

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Baby Boomers With Hemophilia Didn't Expect To Grow Old

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