science journalist & author
Do Walls Change How We Think?
The New Yorker
Are Sleep Regressions Real?
The New York Times
Strands of Evidence: What Happens When a Jury Grapples With Perplexing Science?
Women Are Hit Harder by Climate Change. Here, They Are Starting to Fight Back
Meet the 'Hillbilly Lawyer' Fighting to Take Down Big Pharma
It's great to be 'in the zone' — while working, exercising and creating art. Here's how to get there.
How Worried Do You Really Need to Be About Your Screen Time?
Austin, Indiana: The HIV Capital of Small-Town America
Cancer Scientists Have Ignored African DNA in the Search for Cures
Can We Predict Flu Outbreaks?
The Deadly Internet Diet Drug That Cooks People Alive
The Daily Beast
The Plight of Alzheimer's Disease in Rural America
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