Amanda Mull

staff writer for The Atlantic

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Compared to sunscreen sold in the U.S., those from non-U.S.

Less greasy SPF with longer shelf life? Turn to overseas market

Compared to sunscreen sold in the U.S., those from non-U.S.

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Columnist Amanda Mull suggests people should look at whether compulsive shopping is the best use of time, energy, and resources.

Too much shopping is fueling supply chain backlog and waste. This holiday, buy nothing?

Columnist Amanda Mull suggests people should look at whether compulsive shopping is the best use of time, energy, and resources.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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