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Moose and caribou antlers sit in a corner of the Alaska Fur Exchange in Anchorage. These large, high-quality antlers are unlikely to be cut down into pet chews and are mostly purchased by collectors. Zachariah Hughes/Alaska Public Media hide caption

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Boom In Antler Pet Chews May Have Opened A Black Market

Hunters are waking up to find their prized antlers have been stolen overnight in Alaska, where online ads offering cash for antlers have proliferated.

When wildfire smoke choked their community last summer, Amy Cilimburg (left), the director of Climate Smart Missoula, helped Joy and Don Dunagan, of Seeley Lake, Mont., get a HEPA air filter through a partnership with the Missoula City-County Health Department. Nora Saks / Montana Public Radio hide caption

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When Wildfire Smoke Invades, Who Should Pay To Clean Indoor Air?

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Amira Adawe has a radio show, Beauty-Wellness Talk, which is a platform where the Somali community can talk openly about skin lightening without fear of being outed or stigmatized. Nancy Rosenbaum for NPR hide caption

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'You Have Dark Skin And You Are Beautiful': The Long Fight Against Skin Bleaching

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Moose and caribou antlers sit in a corner of the Alaska Fur Exchange in Anchorage. These large, high-quality antlers are unlikely to be cut down into pet chews and are mostly purchased by collectors. Zachariah Hughes/Alaska Public Media hide caption

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Boom In Antler Pet Chews May Have Opened A Black Market

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Canned vegetables. The USDA has been providing food aid in the form of canned, shelf-stable nonperishables to Native Americans for decades. "If you talk to people like me who grew up solely on this stuff, you hear stories of, 'I never even tasted a pineapple or real spinach' — you didn't taste these foods until you were older," says Valarie Blue Bird Jernigan of the Choctaw Nation. Shana Novak/Getty Images hide caption

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How Might Trump Plan For Food Boxes Affect Health? Native Americans Know All Too Well

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