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The second installment of A Thought for Food’s systematic analysis of America's sandwich, the cheeseburger, looks at bread—one of the strangest and most interesting products humanity has ever invented.
How did the hamburger become a staple American food? A Thought for Food considers the science and history of the key ingredient, beef.
Experts discuss how medical schools can reduce health disparities by promoting more diversity in healthcare professions.
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