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HIV Prevention Drug Truvada No Quick Fix For Brazil’s Epidemic

Yesterday the Food and Drug Administration gave the first green light on a drug to prevent HIV transmission. Many experts […]

Pot Growers May Be Killing Rare Creatures With Poison, Researchers Say

Already among the animals that may be added to the list of those protected by the Endangered Species Act, the […]

States To Use U.S. Immigration List For Voter Purges

Several presidential battleground states are moving quickly to reach agreements with federal officials to access a U.S. immigration database to […]

Athletes Look For Doping Edge, Despite Tests And Risks

Last weekend Debbie Dunn, a U.S. sprinter set to compete in the London Olympics, resigned from the team after testing […]

Cholera Vaccination Test Reached Targets In Haiti

The results are in on this spring’s high-visibility pilot project to vaccinate 100,000 Haitians against cholera. Almost 90 percent of […]

Found On Flickr: Vintage Bromance?

Two black men dance arm-in-arm on a beach. Are they gay? Are they straight? Does it matter? The photos are […]

FDA Bans Chemical BPA From Sippy Cups And Baby Bottles

It’s been years since manufacturers voluntarily stopped using the plastic additive BPA (Bisphenol A) in sippy cups and baby bottles. […]

Calculating The Value Of Human Tissue Donation

Part one of a four-part series. The story of how Chris Truitt went from being a tissue industry insider to […]

Romney Repeats No-New-Tax-Releases Stance, Defends Offshore Accounts

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney continued Tuesday to push back on calls to release more years of tax returns, and […]

Old Mines Bring New Casualties In Afghanistan

Windblown villages of mud houses surround the huge Bagram Airfield, north of Kabul. These poor villagers make a living in […]

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Folk Salad Hosts Richard Higgs and Scott Aycock play an eclectic mix of Folk, Singer/songwriter, Americana, Bluegrass, Blues, Red Dirt, and anything else we happen to like that week.

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For the Sake of the Song

Greg Johnson, owner of The Blue Door in Oklahoma City gathers the best Red Dirt musicians in the region for his show.

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