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Jeri Seidman and her daughter Hannah lounge at their home in Charlottesville, Va. Hannah is a patient in a genetic risk study about Type 1 diabetes. Carlos Bernate for NPR hide caption

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Researchers Try A Genetic Diabetes Test To Prevent Emergency Hospitalizations

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Bill Bryson's Latest Is A Different Kind Of Journey — Into 'The Body'

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Netflix Movie 'El Camino' Is Carefully Constructed Epilogue For 'Breaking Bad'

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Children's Book, 'Our Family Farm,' Sells Thousands Of Copies

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Solving The Challenges To Counting Forest Elephants

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'We've Got More To Say About You': Olive Kitteridge Is Back, And Complex As Ever

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Versatile, Smudgy, Suitable For Women? Exhibition Traces The History Of Pastels

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'Sesame Street' Doesn't Shy Away From The Topic Of Addiction

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The author Edna O'Brien's latest book is Girl, which follows a young woman kidnapped by Boko Haram in Nigeria. Eamonn McCabe/Guardian News and Media Ltd/Courtesy of Farrar, Straus and Giroux hide caption

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Edna O'Brien On 6 Decades Of Writing 'Very Difficult Stories' About Women

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Loot Boxes Are A Lucrative Game Of Chance, But Are They Gambling?

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Author Shea Serrano On His Love For The Big Screen, Family And Mexican American Roots

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Mediocre TV Proves To Be Good Enough For Audiences

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Two years into the #MeToo movement, as focus grows on when — and if — it's appropriate for men ousted for sexual harassment to return to work, attention is also shifting to underlying questions of rehabilitation. Can sexual harassers change? And if so, how? Zoē van Dijk for NPR hide caption

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Growing Efforts Are Looking At How — Or If — #MeToo Offenders Can Be Reformed

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Wilmot Collins stands in the Helena City Commission chambers before a meeting. He moved to Montana in the early 1990s and is now running for the U.S. Senate. Kirk Siegler/NPR hide caption

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In Montana, A Liberian Refugee Mounts A U.S. Senate Challenge

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How Outrage Is Hijacking Our Culture And Our Minds

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Susan Rice Talks Of Balancing Career And Motherhood, Reflects On Benghazi

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