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We speak with Jennifer Dumpert, writer, lecturer, and workshop leader who teaches experience-based forms of dreamwork to promote creativity.
We continue the conversation with Nathaniel Rich to explore reforms that could be placed into the EPA.
We learn about the chemical PFOA that has only recently been regulated by the EPA after much pollution and destruction.
Continue the conversation with Nathaniel Rich, a contributing writer at the New York Times Magazine, on EPA toxin regulations.
Part 2 with Nathaniel Rich, a contributing writer at the New York Times Magazine, on Dupont Chemical pollution.
We speak with Nathaniel Rich, a contributing writer at the New York Times Magazine, about his story on the pollution of the DuPont Company.
We learn about the grass-roots efforts ongoing to fight big soda companies and the importance of public awareness in this battle.
We learn about the World Health Organization's recommendations on sugar intake and the big soda company responses.
Marion Nestle lays out how big soda companies are similar to the big tobacco companies in manipulating information for sales.
We learn from Marion Nestle, all the ways in which big soda companies are using brilliant marketing strategy for profit in expense of public health.
Marion Nestle talks with us about her latest book, Soda Politics: Taking on Big Soda (and Winning).
We speak with a long-time fitness writer on the detrimental effects of a sedentary lifestyle and how we can make more time for movement.
We continue the conversation on simple ways we can change our behaviors for overall better health.
We continue the conversation on how stress is introduced to the brain and how it can be mitigated with simple meditation techniques.
Gretchen Reynolds, NY Times Fitness columnist, lays out the simple workout exercises that increase speed for healthier results.
NY Times Fitness columnist, Gretchen Reynolds, talks to us about some simple ways to improve fitness.
We learn the fundamental questions in the field of quantum optics and how quantum communications is utilizing it for the future.
We learn about the competition to bring quantum communications to space and the benefit in a global common goal through scientific collaboration.
We continue to speak about creating the world’s largest quantum communication network in China.
Part 2 with Surendra P. Singh, professor of quantum optics at the University of Arkansas, about creating the world’s largest quantum communication network in China.
We speak with Surendra P. Singh, professor of quantum optics at the University of Arkansas, about the world’s largest quantum communication network in China.

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