New study of hearts from apes and humans shows that people need to be active to have healthy hearts.
Chris Gorski, Editor
A short conversation with circadian rhythms researcher Ravi Allada
Drivers’ bodies overheat, their hearts race, and they face extreme G-forces.
New proof of concept could guard against the disorienting effects of laser pointers invading the cockpit.
The telltale tau proteins present in the disease known as CTE display distinctive features.
A New York district judge weighs in on using forensic science evidence in the courtroom.
Performing artists sometimes need the same injury prevention and treatment as athletes.
Paddleboarding is much more than just exercise.
New system uses a supercomputer and crowd-sourced observations to improve short-term world weather predictions.
New study suggests at least one in 10 NFL players could eventually develop the brain disease.
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