Whitney Houston's legacy; Reproductive choice in other species

Whitney Houston's legacy; Reproductive choice in other species

By NPR

Here & Now Anytime

Tuesday, 9 August

It's been a decade since we lost one of the most beloved artists of our time: Whitney Houston. We revisit a conversation with Gerrick Kennedy, author of "Didn't We Almost Have It All: In Defense of Whitney Houston." And, evolutionary biologist Deena Emera talks about how females of many species have evolved to maximize their own and their offspring's health.
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