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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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How involuntary solitary confinement infringes upon the rights of incarcerated LGBTQ+ individuals With homophobia and transphobia deeply entrenched in the United States and its institutions, it is unsurprising that the LGBTQ+ community is vulnerable ...

Protection Correction

How involuntary solitary confinement infringes upon the rights of incarcerated LGBTQ+ individuals With homophobia and transphobia deeply entrenched in the United States and its institutions, it is unsurprising that the LGBTQ+ community is vulnerable ...

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...

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...