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Anjula Razdan

Minneapolis, MN

Anjula Razdan

Editor | Writer
Health | Science | Culture

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The Cable Guy

An interview with comedian and political comedian Bill Maher.
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Liberal Talk Radio Takes Off

An interview with comedian Lizz Winstead, co-creator of "The Daily Show."
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Grain Brain: An Interview With David Perlmutter, MD (Audio)

An interview with renowned neurologist Dr. David Perlmutter.
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The Trouble With Food Addictions

An interview with functional-medicine pioneer Mark Hyman about breaking food addiction.
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Kickin’ It: An interview with Alan Ball

Who better to unpack our culture’s bizarre relationship with death than "Six Feet Under" creator Alan Ball?
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The Father of Acoustic Ecology

When it comes to listening more clearly, says R. Murray Schafer, society is in need of a big old Q-tip. “Our senses are clogged with too much,” Schafer says. He should know. The septuagenarian is a pre-eminent composer—when asked to name a great music teacher, John Cage answered, “Murray Schafer of Canada”—and writer who defined the field of “acoustic ecology” in his seminal 1977 text, The Tuning of the World (Knopf).
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Anjula Razdan

Lead photo credit: Wei Li, who makes "dangerous popsicles" modeled on magnified versions of viruses and bacteria. (L to R: chicken pox, MRSA, HIV, E. coli, influenza).