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Treating dental care as an afterthought has dangerous consequences
In America, we treat teeth separately from the rest of our bodies – in education, financing and even research. It's a problem that can sometimes have devastating consequences, says Mary Otto, author of "Teeth: The Story of Beauty, Inequality, and the Struggle for Oral Health in America."
Debunking the most common myths white people tell about race03:31
It's time for women to embrace their rage02:15
William Shatner on what a cancer misdiagnosis taught him about life03:06
Ron Fein: We already have all of the information we need to impeach Trump02:52
Texas's first gay, Latina sheriff on how to get minorities to trust police again04:07
The "Queer Eye" cast on the show’s first trans storyline, the French tuck and which one of the Fab Five needs a makeover05:32