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"Sea of Shadows" is a documentary you can't afford to miss.
Researchers make the case for "deep evidential regression."
The information could influence future treatments.
Researchers at University College London link waist circumference with dementia.
Jonathan Berman wants us to have better dialogues.
Weight gain is a side effect of antidepressants, adding another layer of problems.
The physicist was both a gentleman and scholar.
Your microbiome begins in your mouth. Why don't we look there more often?
In his book with Richard Clarke, "Warnings," Eddy made clear this was inevitable.
FieldTrip is advancing the realm of clinical psychedelic testing.
Clinical trials by Janssen Pharmaceuticals showed troubling results.
The same (former) NASA engineer who previously claimed to violate Newton's laws is now claiming to have made a warp bubble. He didn't.
We've known this virus was coming. We just didn't do anything about it.
Big Think's co-founder and CEO, Victoria Montgomery Brown, offers six pieces of advice to founders in her forthcoming book.
Even before publication, health agencies were asking the journal not to publish the research.
David Bienenstock has made it his mission to keep the history of cannabis alive.
Our relationship with water still matters.
Spending between 120–300 minutes per week in nature shown to increase wellbeing.
Bill Bryson's new book, "The Body: A Guide For Occupants," provides important (and funny) lessons in anatomy, neuroscience, physiology, biology, and more.
It's not what you have, it's what you do with it.
The distance between the American dream and reality is expressed best through literature.
The Glen McLaughlin Collection brings together more than 700 historical examples of 'California as an island'.