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A Writer Lost His Singing Voice, Then Discovered The 'Gymnastics' Of Speech
01/26/2021 6:32 PM
New Yorker writer John Colapinto developed a vocal polyp when he began "wailing" with a rock group without proper warmup. His new book explores the human voice's physicality, frailty and feats .
Gorilla Gets Monoclonal Antibody Therapy For COVID-19
01/25/2021 11:52 PM
An older silverback gorilla in Escondido, Calif., received an array of treatments after it and others in its troop contracted the coronavirus. The therapy came from a supply meant for nonhumans.
Protect Pregnant Women 'Through Research,' Not 'From Research,' OB-GYNs Urge
01/25/2021 10:00 AM
As COVID-19 vaccines roll out, doctors say it's long past time to address the exclusion of pregnant women from research on drugs and vaccines. They say better study design is the answer.
How Does Catnip Make Cats High? New Study Offers Answers
01/22/2021 8:45 PM
Cats act high when they're given catnip because, well, they are. Researchers say that catnip and another plant, silver vine, produce a chemical that activates their opioid reward systems.
As 19th Century Females, Sisters In 'The Doctors Blackwell' Achieve Many Firsts
01/21/2021 7:58 PM
Historian Janice P. Nimura tells the story of America's first and third certified women doctors and the role these sisters played in building medical institutions.
Biden To Move Quickly On Climate Change, Reversing Trump Rollbacks
01/20/2021 10:04 PM
President Biden has set his sights on more than 100 Trump administration environmental rollbacks as well as plans to rejoin the international climate accord.
ALS Patients To Gain Quicker Access To Disability Benefits And Medicare
01/20/2021 10:00 AM
Lou Gehrig's disease can take months to diagnose, then rapidly incapacitate patients, leaving many families bankrupt before disability payments and Medicare kick in. A recent law aims to change that.
The Science Behind How COVID-19 Vaccines Work
01/19/2021 9:07 PM
COVID-19 vaccines prevent most people from becoming seriously ill. But they may not prevent infection or one's ability to spread the virus. So it's still worth wearing a mask ? even after the shots.
'Doctors Blackwell' Tells The Story Of 2 Pioneering Sisters Who Changed Medicine
01/19/2021 7:28 PM
Elizabeth Blackwell was the first woman in America to earn her medical degree. Her sister Emily followed in her footsteps. Janice Nimura tells the story of the "complicated, prickly" trailblazers.
Supreme Court Considers Baltimore Suit Against Oil Companies Over Climate Change
01/19/2021 4:12 PM
Overwhelmed sewers. Flooded streets. Deadly heat waves. Baltimore is one of many American cities where the costs of climate change far exceed local resources. Should oil companies pay?
Researches Show Efficacy Of Personalized Brain Stimulation In Psychiatric Treatments
01/18/2021 8:59 PM
Two new studies show the potential of personalized brain stimulation to treat psychiatric disorders. The approach delivers pulses of electric or magnetic energy to certain areas in the brain.
NASA's 8-Minute Rocket Test Shuts Down After 67 Seconds
01/17/2021 9:52 PM
The test was for NASA's Space Launch System, a successor to the retired Space Shuttle program. It takes eight minutes to generate the power needed to get to space, and ultimately to the moon.
OPINION: Moral Tragedy Looms In Early Chaos Of U.S. COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution
01/16/2021 12:00 PM
As states suddenly expand the categories of people eligible for the first scarce shipments of vaccine, who will be watching to make sure those hit hardest by the pandemic aren't left behind?
Caro Verbeek: What Can The Scents Of The Past Tell Us About Our History?
01/15/2021 2:39 PM
Each day, we breathe about 22,000 times--and all that time we smell. Scent historian Caro Verbeek recreates scents of the past. She says, just like music and art, smell is a part of our heritage.
Pandemic Causes Historic ? But Fleeting? Drop In U.S. Climate Emissions
01/14/2021 3:01 PM
As Americans stayed home during the pandemic, cars and planes produced less heat-trapping emissions. But the effect is only temporary.





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