Emil du Bois-Reymond proclaimed the mystery of consciousness, championed the theory of natural selection, and revolutionized the study of the nervous system. Today, he is all but forgotten.
Gabriel Finkelstein | Nov 7
I analyzed thousands of searches by people who were diagnosed with cancer. Their queries offer valuable lessons that could improve the way doctors treat patients.
Elad Yom-Tom | Nov 5
When a major trade association for the paint industry reported the rising popularity of kitchens in canary yellow and chartreuse, the household equipment industry took notice.
Regina Lee Blaszczyk | Oct 31
When my sister suffered from Rett Syndrome, an old patterning table — and a dubious therapy — brought my community together and offered hope.
Adriana Knouf | Oct 28
Among the specious claims about the role of meat in the history of humanity: A meat-rich diet brings with it a masculine vigor that distinguishes carnivorous races.
Josh Berson | Oct 24