With an estimated 4 million unintentional pregnancies each year, gynecologists are urging their patients switch from oral contraceptives to an intrauterine device (IUD). Just three years after doctors cast it off as unsuitable, the IUD is reigning supreme.
Sarah Kunst is an investor, philanthropist and startup executive who has worked for Apple, Chanel and Red Bull, many consumer and b2b startups. She is now a venture capital investor. She is also part of the Venture Diversity founding team and on the Investor Board of Venture for America. Kunst hails from Michigan and is a MSU Spartan though she now lives in SF and NYC.
With climate change wrecking havoc on the world’s crops, it’s time to consider other options. Warehouse farms might be the answer to the global food crisis.
Fourteen years after Cure Violence started in Chicago, studies show its tactics—which treat violence as a “disease” to be contained—are working. It’s newest partner? Syria.
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Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh is building a tech utopia out of the rubble of downtown Las Vegas. Can a shoe salesman save Sin City?
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