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The Links Between Sugar and Heart Disease

The scientific evidence for whether eating too much sugar causes Type 2 diabetes and other diseases.

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Big Tobacco vs. Big Sugar

Key parallels and important distinctions.

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Could You Pass the New GED Test?

In 2014, the GED Testing Service rolled out a new assessment meant to measure not just high school equivalency but also career- and college-readiness skills. The questions below are designed to be very similar to those you might find on a GED exam today.

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The Connection Between Coal and Politics in Wyoming

In Wyoming, where Philip Anschutz is currently building the largest wind farm in the world, coal, which is cheap and plentiful, is the answer to just about everything.

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Empathy for the Rest of Us

Why we cringe for our fellow humans, and why it's so important.

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The Intellectual Father of Personalized Education

Patrick Suppes saw AltSchool coming in the 1950s.

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The Manosphere by the Numbers

This sidebar originally appeared in the May/June 2015 print issue of Pacific Standard alongside "Reform of the Nerds, Starring Arthur Chu."