A new project combined more than 100 studies on drinking to get a better picture of the long-term effects of alcohol. A Wisconsin doctor joins us to talk about the results. We also learn about new immigration center the United States is opening in Latin American countries.
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What a meta study shows about risks versus benefits of drinking alcohol
We get a Wisconsin physician and public health expert’s response to results of a new review of 107 other studies, and its conclusions about whether low-level alcohol drinking extended people’s lives.
New remote processing centers aim to reduce illegal US border crossings
The Biden administration will be opening remote ‘processing centers’ in Central and South American countries to expand legal pathways into the U.S. We analyze this move and discuss what impact it could have on illegal border crossings.
- Rob Ferrett Host
- Tyler Ditter Technical Director
- Tim Peterson Producer
- Dr. Patrick Remington Guest
- Alise Coen Guest
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