Figure Skater Brains Are Literally Wired Differently
These athletes fight the reflex to fall... with a new reflex.
What Makes a Hero Like Aaron Feis Is a Brain Mystery
Aaron Feis and other staff at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School lost their own lives while saving the lives of others. Science still struggles to explain such acts of heroism.
The Blurring of Olympics and Paralympics
As prosthetics improve, will the event for physically disabled athletes see some loss?
TO SEX OR NOT TO SEX
Why Olympians Should Avoid Morning Sex
Coaches have long banned athletes from having sex before a big match. That’s unnecessary.
Snowboarding’s Sick Tricks Can Be Shockingly Dangerous
Shaun White and Chloe Kim have taken the sport to new levels with their gravity-defying, potentially risky maneuvers.
HAVE YOU SEEN THE VIDEO?
Plastic Surgeons Try to Solve Trump’s Hair Mystery
Video of the wind revealing an apparent surgical scar had observers scratching their heads. Professionals say it’s a clue to what the president did or didn’t have done in the ’80s.
A WRINKLE IN SPACETIME
Are We Closer to Finding a Fifth Dimension?
The discovery of gravitational waves toppled what we thought we knew about dimensions.