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How to Microwave Scrambled Eggs
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Handling Child Abuse Disclosures
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20 Feminist Halloween Costumes
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How Farmed Fish Could Feed the World
Aquaculture is controversial, but it could be the only way to produce protein for the world's rapidly growing population. A new report from the University of California Santa Barbara explains.