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Far from being the slough of despond it is considered, middle age may be the very best time of life, researchers say—the "it" we work toward
An embarrassment of riches—cultural and otherwise—awaits
Unless U.S. land-use and cattle-grazing policies change radically, tens of millions of acres of western grassland are doomed