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Exercise: A Great Teacher

Everything you do teaches your body. Exercise teaches your body a lot.
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Give Sleep a Chance

As modern life increasingly disrupts nighttime sleep, it's really useful to nap.
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A Different Way to Treat Depression

Depression is a failure to learn. It's time to learn how to learn again.
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Why Should I Pay For Anyone Else's Health Care?

Ignoring the power of chance is poor, painful policy.
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Dementia and Cancer: the Two-Thirds Rule

Is luck the biggest factor in health outcomes?
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Purpose and Sleep

Does a sense of purpose lead to better slumber?
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Food Educates Every Part of You

Food trains every part of you—especially the ones you don't think about.
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How Much Booze Is Best?

How much alcohol is safe?
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Too Hot to Handle

What happens to us when it's too hot?
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Driving Asleep

Sleep is like food. You really need it before you take the wheel.
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How to Win at Sports

Can changing internal temperature make muscles stronger? Can biological clocks make you more fit?
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Sleep in Space

Beautiful, yes. Restful? Not so much.
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What Happens to Drugs?

What happens after drugs are released? A third get new warnings.

Rest for Success

It's not what you do—it's how you actively rest.

Steal From the Poor, Give to the Rich

The American Health Care Act is a health-care emergency.

Biological Intelligence

What ultimately will succeed—biological intelligence or artificial intelligence?

Change, Little Bit by Little Bit

Large changes start small. Sometimes they stay that way.

Is Trazodone the New Brain Wonder Drug?

Will an old, cheap drug end Alzheimer's?

Are We Dreaming All the Time?

Is dreaming truly different from wakefulness?

The Nixon Health Care Solution

In health care, the past is way ahead of the future.
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Endless Jet Lag

Time rules life - including what you crave.

Does Sleeping Long Harm Health?

It's not the time, it's the change.

Can Addiction Start in the ER?

Is the opioid epidemic jump-started in the Emergency Room?

Making Dangerous Drugs Legal

When you hear the word regulation, think protection. That's what the FDA does. Let's hope it can still do that job.

Why Do Americans Like Sociopaths?

What makes sociopathy so alluring, so exciting? Nominations are open for the Madoff Prize.

Treating Insomnia Part II - Sleep in the Elderly

Getting back to sleep seems daunting to many. It should not be.

Killing People Twice

Walkers are increasingly killed in America. Yet making people fearful to walk kills people twice - for walking can save millions of lives from heart disease and cancer.

The Great National Opioid Mess

Not understanding how opioids really work is creating the next public health crisis.

End of Medicare?

Get ready for a new era.