Sarah Zahng

Atlantic

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These days, pet food shelves are bursting with offerings way beyond beef, chicken and rice.

Fluffy goes vegan: The expensive new world of alternative pet foods

These days, pet food shelves are bursting with offerings way beyond beef, chicken and rice.

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The Mormon Church in Salt Lake City houses one of the largest genealogy databases in the world, covering more than a million people.

How the Mormon family tree helped researchers identify a deadly genetic mutation

The Mormon Church in Salt Lake City houses one of the largest genealogy databases in the world, covering more than a million people.

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