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This American Life
Today at 12:00pm
Repeats at 9:00pm
The way people talk about being fat is shifting. With one-third of Americans classified as overweight, and another third as obese, and almost none of us losing weight and keeping it off, maybe it’s time to rethink the way we see being fat.
Living on Earth
Today at 4:00pm
Repeats at 4:00am
Horseshoe crabs are important in the Atlantic ecosystem, and also in medicine. They are an ancient species, but lately in decline.
Today at 1:00pm
Repeats at 11:00pm
What happens when you try to hold your ground, but that same ground crumbles beneath you?
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