Scientists broke complex magnetic fields—and might have simultaneously figured out how to make green energy cheaper.
Jeanette Beebe is a poet and journalist based in New Jersey. Her work is regularly broadcast on NPR affiliate WHYY in Philadelphia. Her work can be found on https://www.jeanettebeebe.com.
The emerging field of ethnopharmocology is pinpointing exciting new possibilities to fight the deadliest cancers.
"The assumption that eating disorders primarily affect young, affluent white women was based on research that was conducted on young, affluent white women."
Transcranial magnetic stimulation has been used for treatment of schizophrenia and depression. But could it also bring back long lost memories?
Up to now, a way to help those with misophonia—a sensitivity to sound—wasn’t available. Now researchers think they might have found a solution in cognitive behavioral therapy.
Nearly 90 percent of patients who had ‘penicillin allergy’ listed on their medical charts were found to actually have no such allergy at all. How did we get here?
“‘I remember thinking, 'I can see my grandma’s house. But an ambulance can’t get out there!'”