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June 3, 2016 12:00 PM EDT
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1. Here’s how candy makers are shaping nutrition science.

By Candice Choi at the Associated Press

2. Data was once a gold-mine for companies. Now it’s a liability.

By Ryan Garner in Quartz

3. Scientists just proved stem cells can change the lives of stroke survivors.

By Bruce Goldman at Stanford Medicine

4. Are colleges that hide freshman-year grades on transcripts helping students — or hurting them?

By Colleen Flaherty in Inside Higher Ed

5. Mental health is important. So why is it so hard for poor people to find a therapist?

By Olga Khazan in the Atlantic

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