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A variety of factors influenced our human evolution. Rhonda Quinn, an assistant professor of sociology, anthropology,

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The way alcohol ads are regulated is quite interesting. Gary Wilcox, UT Austin professor of advertising

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Are we about to be overrun by earthworms? Oksana Chkrebtii, a statistician at The Ohio State

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