Henry SantoroNovember 16, 2018 11:33 AM
Why You Eat What You Eat: A Neuroscientist ExplainsLocal author and neuroscientist Rachel Herz discusses the science behind our relationship with food.
Emmarie HuettemanNovember 16, 2018 05:01 AM
Michelle Obama's Miscarriage Story May Help Other Women Share TheirsA memoir from the former first lady is bringing fresh attention to miscarriages and could help illuminate and normalize the common loss of a pregnancy.
Patti NeighmondNovember 15, 2018 01:03 PM
Should You Keep Taking Those Fish Oil And Vitamin D Pills?When NPR reported on research that sheds doubt on the value of fish oil and vitamin D supplements, people had a lot of questions. So we went back to the experts to get you some answers.
Barbara HowardNovember 15, 2018 10:29 AM
Harvard Medical School Professor Fights Pay Gap In MedicineDr. Julie Silver is spearheading the Be Ethical campaign, which addresses gender inequality in the medical profession.
Terry GrossNovember 12, 2018 02:16 PM
Counting The Bugs And Bacteria, You're 'Never Home Alone' (And That's OK)Ecologist Rob Dunn's new book describes the tiny life forms, helpful and risky, that live in different parts of the home, including on floors and in water faucets, basements and heating systems.
Allison AubreyNovember 12, 2018 08:02 AM
New Physical Activity Guidelines Urge Americans: Move More, Sit LessAfter 10 years, the government has updated its physical activity advice. The new message? Every little bit of movement helps you stay healthy and is better than sitting on your couch.
Katrina YuNovember 9, 2018 01:52 PM
Why Did Bill Gates Give A Talk With A Jar Of Human Poop By His Side?Since 2011, the tech mogul has poured $200 million into developing new and improved toilets. At his Reinvented Toilet Expo in Beijing, the innovations were showcased for the first time.
Stephanie LeydonNovember 3, 2018 09:01 PM
Why Don't All Football Players Develop CTE? It May Be GeneticsBoston University researchers have discovered in severe cases of CTE, there's a common genetic variation.
Allison AubreyNovember 3, 2018 08:54 AM
Ready For The Time Change? Here Are Tips To Stay Healthy During Dark Days AheadEvery cell in our bodies has a well-tuned timing mechanism. So, when we "fall back" or "spring forward" as part of daylight saving, it takes us time to adjust. We have tips that can help.