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June 23 - Lasting effects of trauma in children's brains and catching criminals with 'bacterial fingerprints' | CBC Radio Loaded
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June 23 - Lasting effects of trauma in children's brains and catching criminals with 'bacterial fingerprints'
And why fur seals can get by without REM sleep, how Antarctic is rising, and more
Posted: Jun 22, 2018 4:53 PM ET | Last Updated: June 22, 2018
Salvadoran migrant Epigmenio Centeno holds the hand of his three-year-old son Steven Atonay in Ciudad Juarez after he decided to stay with his children in Mexico due to U.S. President Donald Trump's child separation policy. (Jose Luis Gonzalez/Reuters)
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