Watch: The Ideal Workweek, According to Science

Many of history's greatest minds worked less than four hours per day–and so should the rest of us.
How We Get To Next
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The Roots of an Epidemic

From apartheid labor policies to everyday sexism, socio-political issues influence the spread of TB disease and the effectiveness of health responses....
Paula Akugizibwe
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How Gender Affects the Global Tuberculosis Epidemic

From risk factors to treatment, an illustrated exploration of how the patriarchy shapes TB, the world's leading cause of death from...
Paula Akugizibwe
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The Gendered Realities of the Tuberculosis Epidemic

Policies that address the intersections between gender and health are often limited to mitigating the symptoms of sexism, rather than tackling...
Paula Akugizibwe
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Medication for Intentional Forgetting

Ethical controversy surrounds therapeutic forgetting. But the very factors that make memory extinction a laboratory possibility create formidable challenges in doing...
Lola Pellegrino
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Dismantling the Myths of PMS

New research challenges the extent to which hormones govern perceptions, emotions, and behaviors during the menstrual cycle.
Sian Williams Page
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Our Inkblots, Ourselves

Diagnostic picture-based tests are alluringly disruptive: a low cost tool that requires no imaging equipment or blood work and that offers...
Lola Pellegrino
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When a Doctor Prescribes You Whiskey

It's obvious that drugs and alcohol can be therapeutic–people use them to make themselves feel better–but less obvious is how they...
Lola Pellegrino
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How the Worst Blood-Pressure Medication Became the Best Testosterone Blocker

Pharmaceutical companies typically apply for FDA approval of a medication for a specific indication. But though FDA approval means the drug...
Lola Pellegrino
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Beats: Health

Access to health care is as much a matter of public policy as it is the size of a person's pocketbook;...
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