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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.
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Rest for Success

It's not what you do—it's how you actively rest.
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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?
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Change, Little Bit by Little Bit

Large changes start small. Sometimes they stay that way.
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Is Trazodone the New Brain Wonder Drug?

Will an old, cheap drug end Alzheimer's?
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Are We Dreaming All the Time?

Is dreaming truly different from wakefulness?
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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.
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Does Sleeping Long Harm Health?

It's not the time, it's the change.
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Can Addiction Start in the ER?

Is the opioid epidemic jump-started in the Emergency Room?
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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.
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Why Do Americans Like Sociopaths?

What makes sociopathy so alluring, so exciting? Nominations are open for the Madoff Prize.
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Treating Insomnia Part II - Sleep in the Elderly

Getting back to sleep seems daunting to many. It should not be.
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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.
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The Great National Opioid Mess

Not understanding how opioids really work is creating the next public health crisis.
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End of Medicare?

Get ready for a new era.
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4 Tips for Lowering Your Chances of Becoming Depressed

Four simple ways to prevent depression in people in ages.

Insomnia Treatment in Your Home

Will apps zap insomnia?
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Huh? Gut Bugs Change Cancer Therapy?

Make your bacteria work for you—without paying for it.
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Sleep Less, Weigh More

Does getting a bit less sleep make you hungry?
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To Vape or Not to Vape

Do e-cigarettes help people quit smoking?
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The Angry Heart

Can your personality kill you?
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Solving Cancer in Ten Years?

Can cells be trained like software?
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A Noble Nobel: How Cell Recycling Benefits You

From Alzheimer's to cancer, the Nobel Committee recognizes something critical to your life.
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Are You Ready for a New Taste?

Do pizza lovers know something we don't? Or is imagination the real limit of taste?
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You Must Use Drugs!

These days, health insurance companies are pushing the use of drugs.

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