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The Brown Political Review is a non-partisan political publication that seeks to promote ideological diversity. All of the views reflected in BPR’s content are views held by authors and not reflective of the views held by the wider organization or the Executive Board.

Madeline Noh '22 is a Staff Writer for the Culture Section of the Brown Political Review. Madeline can be reached at madeline_noh@brown.edu

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Approximately one-third of births in the US are C-sections, a strikingly high proportion compared to similarly developed countries. Yet despite their frequent occurrence and contrary to popular belief, C-sections are riskier than vaginal births: Bloo...

Bundles of Joy

Approximately one-third of births in the US are C-sections, a strikingly high proportion compared to similarly developed countries. Yet despite their frequent occurrence and contrary to popular belief, C-sections are riskier than vaginal births: Bloo...

In 2007, the U.S. military invested in its most costly social science endeavor to date: the Human Terrain System (HTS). HTS cost the Pentagon $750 million and deployed 31 “Human Terrain Teams” into war zones in Afghanistan and Iraq before the Oba...

Recentering Civilians

In 2007, the U.S. military invested in its most costly social science endeavor to date: the Human Terrain System (HTS). HTS cost the Pentagon $750 million and deployed 31 “Human Terrain Teams” into war zones in Afghanistan and Iraq before the Oba...

Dubbed “liquid gold,” human breast milk is packed with nutrients and immune factors that provide a variety of health benefits to newborns. In recognition of the vast benefits of breastfeeding, countries across the globe have set up modern milk ba...

Liquid Gold

Dubbed “liquid gold,” human breast milk is packed with nutrients and immune factors that provide a variety of health benefits to newborns. In recognition of the vast benefits of breastfeeding, countries across the globe have set up modern milk ba...