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Dirk Hanson

Self-Employed
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Duluth, Minnesota Area
Freelance science writer. Author of "The Chemical Carousel: What Science Tells Us About Beating Addiction." I run the Addiction Inbox Blog, and I'm a contributing editor at The Fix. My online work has appeared at Scientific American, The Dana Foundation, Alternet, Huffington Post, and other sites.

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Wednesday, January 30
 

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Thursday, January 31
 

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Friday, February 1
 

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Saturday, February 2
 

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