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Johnnie Walker is launching Johnnie Walker Black Label The Jane Walker Edition, just in time for Women's History Month. Johnnie Walker hide caption

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Do Ladies Need Their Own Scotch?

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A study in mice suggests that our brains tell us when to start and stop drinking long before our bodies are fully hydrated. Guido Mieth/Getty Images hide caption

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Still Thirsty? It's Up To Your Brain, Not Your Body

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Fresh and dried yeast. It might not look like much, but it has shaped the way we eat and live, according to a new book. Maximilian Stock Ltd./Getty Images hide caption

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For Rogers, farming is a calling and a way of life. He says continuing financial pressure is threatening the survival of dairy farmers and the landscape of New England. Tovia Smith/NPR hide caption

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As Milk Prices Decline, Worries About Dairy Farmer Suicides Rise

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Amalia Scatena is the executive chef at Cannon Green, a Charleston, S.C., establishment where 80 percent of the staffers are women. Scatena says her management style is simple: "Build people up, don't tear them down." Nickie Stone hide caption

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Estill sells her cloth and yarn at three separate stores. She hopes to get that number up to nine. Andrew Nixon/Capital Public Radio hide caption

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The USDA has been providing food aid in the form of canned, shelf-stable nonperishables to Native Americans for decades. Shana Novak/Getty Images hide caption

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How Might Trump's Food Box Plan Affect Health? Native Americans Know All Too Well

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Djerbrani checks food donations from a French grocery store before driving it across town to a church, which will distribute it to poor families. Eleanor Beardsley/NPR hide caption

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French Food Waste Law Changing How Grocery Stores Approach Excess Food

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The Food and Drug Administration has started testing randomly selected fresh herbs and prepared guacamole. So far, the agency has found dangerous bacteria in 3 percent to 6 percent of the samples it tested. Joff Lee/Getty Images hide caption

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Sure, this elixir is tasty and comforting, but will it actually soothe your sore throat and help bring your voice back? Ovidiu Minzat/EyeEm/Getty Images hide caption

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A global map showing where all fishing vessels were active during 2016. Dark circles show the vessels avoiding exclusive economic zones around islands, where they aren't allowed. Global Fishing Watch hide caption

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