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Ebola specialist Daniel Bausch provides an on-the-ground view of treating the disease in West Africa.
Exercise scientists Tamara Hew-Butler and Greg Whyte talk about how the body changes after dozens of hours in motion.
From depressed dogs to anxious gorillas, author Laurel Braitman explores mental illness in animals.
A new documentary, Alive Inside, exposes the connections between music and memory.
The habenula is a pea-sized part of the brain that tracks our expectations of negative events.
Google's latest big idea is called "Baseline Study"—an effort to catalog the DNA of thousands of healthy people, along with their blood, urine, saliva, breath, and tears.
Thought to the be inspiration of sea serpent stories, the monstrously long oarfish provokes wonder in nearly all who witness it. Yet despite our fascination, little is known about this fish, its lifecycle, and how it navigates its deep-sea environment.