Science and law enforcement are rethinking what it means to be an adult featuring Dr. Catherine Lebel
Consider three young people: An 18-year-old who can vote, but can’t legally buy a beer; a 21-year-old who can drink, but is charged extra to rent a car; and a 25-year-old who can rent a car at the typical rate, but remains eligible for his parents’ health insurance. Which one is an adult? All of them? None of them? Some of them? Or does it depend on the individual?
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Top 40 Under 40 Class of 2016Dr. Catherine Lebel among the top 40 under 40 for her contribution to the field of pediatric MRI.
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