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I cannot emphasize enough the point of having these conversations...

Social work researcher Deborah Waldrop speaks to CNN about end-of-life decision-making, and how more people in the U.S. are now dying at home than at a hospital.

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There’s not really a safe way to do volcano tourism on active volcanoes. It’s a risk.

Volcanologist Tracy Gregg discusses with USA Today the tragic deaths of tourists who were exploring the White Island volcano in New Zealand.

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Women should always do their own research, or at least research the person they're reading.

Gynecologist Vanessa Barnabei speaks to Good Morning America about women seeking health information from doctors on social media and other online sources.

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It's certainly going to stress our infrastructure and our buildings pretty significantly.

Climate adaptation expert Nicholas Rajkovich speaks to Architect Magazine about how predicted shifts in extreme weather are expected to effect the built environment.

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We really need to bring new eyes to this. This is why such workers can fall through the cracks, because no one is responsible for them.

Sociologist Erin Hatton discusses with Quartz how the coronavirus could hurt gig economy workers, many of whom are considered independent contractors and do not receive benefits.

Student researchers taking a core sample in a snowy bog.
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Geology students enrolled in a paleoclimate class extract core samples from an Elba, N.Y., bog.

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