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Although he died in 1965, American artist Milton Avery is a man for our frazzled times. His paintings can calm a jangled day. NPR special correspondent Susan Stamberg says Avery drew and painted things he knew and helped viewers see them his way.

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Let's bring in U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy. He joins us again, as he has several times before.

Dr. Murthy, thanks for being back on the show.

VIVEK MURTHY: Well, thanks, Rachel. It's good to be with you, as always.

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Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep.

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A pro basketball player is criticizing U.S. athletes who attend the Olympics in China. The Boston Celtics player is expanding his political activism. Since he last was heard on NPR, he has also changed his name.

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