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Fresh Air for March 18, 2019: The Health Risks Of Incarceration

Dr. Homer Venters, the former head of New York City's correctional health services, says that inmates held in solitary confinement cells, such as the Rikers Island cell shown above, have a higher risk of committing self-harm. Bebeto Matthews/AP hide caption

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Former Physician At Rikers Island Exposes Health Risks Of Incarceration

Former Physician At Rikers Island Exposes Health Risks Of Incarceration

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Fresh Air for March 16, 2019: Aidy Bryant; Finding God In The Faith Of Others

Aidy Bryant plays Annie, a young journalist who is self-conscious about her weight, in the Hulu comedy series Shrill. The series is based on the book by Lindy West. Allyson Riggs/Hulu hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: Aidy Bryant; Priest-Turned-Professor Barbara Brown Taylor

Fresh Air Weekend: Aidy Bryant; Priest-Turned-Professor Barbara Brown Taylor

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Fresh Air for March 15, 2019: Remembering Rock 'N' Roll Drummer Hal Blaine

Fresh Air for March 14, 2019: Aidy Bryant On 'SNL' And 'Shrill'

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Aidy Bryant On 'Shrill,' 'SNL' Thrills, And Not Feeling Bad About Her Body

Aidy Bryant On 'Shrill,' 'SNL' Thrills, And Not Feeling Bad About Her Body

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Barbara Loden wrote, directed and starred in Wanda, a 1970 film about a drifting woman. Courtesy of Criterion hide caption

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Overlooked In The '70s, 'Wanda' Finally Gets Her Due

Overlooked In The '70s, 'Wanda' Finally Gets Her Due

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Fresh Air for March 13, 2019: Why An ER Visit Can Cost So Much

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