USDR Newsstand: What We are Reading

By Kelly Leung, Associate Editor,  USDR.

Our periodical feature of what our editors, contributors, and readers  are  recommending.

I don’t know if I’m pro-choice after Planned Parenthood videos– After recent video releases, one person is questioning his stance on abortion rights. Source:

How we die in the US versus how people die abroad– Statistics from the World Health Organization show how differently people die in the US than in poorer nations. The article serves to remind Americans how lucky they are, despite a “broken health system”.  Source:

Jimmy Carter: I have one big regret from my time as president– Former President Jimmy Carter reveals his biggest regret while in Office. Source:

The Gluten-free fad and the logical ‘or’– This article presents the arguments on both sides of the issue about whether the gluten-free fad has helped or hurt those who are required to have a gluten-free diet for strictly medical reasons. Source:

Joe Biden’s role in ’90s crime law could haunt any presidential bid– If Biden decides to run for the presidency, he will likely face backlash from the 1994 Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act, especially since criminal justice is currently a hot topic. Source:

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