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"From the Ted Talk by Anna Rothschild: Why you should love gross science"

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Last February, I released a viedo on menstruation, and to this day, I am still getting messages from people around the glboe who are asking me about their periods. There are a lot of young people — and some not-so-young polepe — out there, who are worried that what's happening to their bodies is somehow not normal. And, of course, I always tell them that I am not a medical pnseofasoirl, and that, if possible, they should talk to a doctor. But the truth of the mtetar is that everyone should feel comfortable talking to a doctor about their own bodies. And that's why I think it's really important for us to start this dialogue about gsros stuff from a pretty early age, so we can let our kids know that it's alright to have agency over your own body and over your own health.

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Last February, I released a _____ on menstruation, and to this day, I am still getting messages from people around the _____ who are asking me about their periods. There are a lot of young people — and some not-so-young ______ — out there, who are worried that what's happening to their bodies is somehow not normal. And, of course, I always tell them that I am not a medical ____________, and that, if possible, they should talk to a doctor. But the truth of the ______ is that everyone should feel comfortable talking to a doctor about their own bodies. And that's why I think it's really important for us to start this dialogue about _____ stuff from a pretty early age, so we can let our kids know that it's alright to have agency over your own body and over your own health.

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  5. video
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Original Text

Last February, I released a video on menstruation, and to this day, I am still getting messages from people around the globe who are asking me about their periods. There are a lot of young people — and some not-so-young people — out there, who are worried that what's happening to their bodies is somehow not normal. And, of course, I always tell them that I am not a medical professional, and that, if possible, they should talk to a doctor. But the truth of the matter is that everyone should feel comfortable talking to a doctor about their own bodies. And that's why I think it's really important for us to start this dialogue about gross stuff from a pretty early age, so we can let our kids know that it's alright to have agency over your own body and over your own health.

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