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Sarah Cameron Sunde will produce the finale to her "36.5: A Durational Performance with the Sea" on Sept. 14 in New York City. Matthew Schuerman/NPR hide caption

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This artist gets up to her neck in water to spread awareness of climate change

Sarah Cameron Sunde brings her tidal cycle performance to New York City to cap off a nine-year global tour to spread awareness of sea level rise.

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This artist gets up to her neck in water to spread awareness of climate change

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New data shows a high instance of monkeypox among people who are HIV positive. Above: a finger prick test for an HIV test. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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A high rate of monkeypox cases occur in people with HIV. Here are 3 theories why

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