July 13, 2017

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Three Takeaways:

When did the fight for human rights begin? According to Lynn Hunt, the 18th century. And why? One answer is rather unexpected: the rise of the novel.

Childhood experiences can drastically affect a person’s health for the rest of their life. We talk to a doctor about what that means for medicine.

Science gave us penicillin, the moon landing, and the theory of evolution. But scientists can also make really big mistakes.

Vincent Felitti, Sci and Tech, Culture, health, Richard Harris, human rights, Lynn Hunt, Trauma

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