Author: Kristina Fiore

By day, a mild-mannered reporter(former Newsday intern, current Daily Record part-timer); Alter-ego: lover of non-fiction narrative. "If he stays beholden to dry, yeastless factuality, he will, to the very end, lack imagination and miss the better story." -- Life of Pi

What We Know about Cosmology

What We Know about Cosmology

And what we might hope to discover, according to the new book Brave New Universe.

By Kristina Fiore | Posted January 17, 2007

Losing Your Mind?

Losing Your Mind?

People with memory complaints may be losing gray matter in their brains.

By Kristina Fiore | Posted October 10, 2006

Why do humans kiss?

Why do humans kiss?

— asks Roberto Morabito from Brooklyn, NY.

By Kristina Fiore | Posted October 2, 2006

The Cord Blood Cure

The Cord Blood Cure

Rich in stem cells, umbilical cord blood has become a viable alternative to bone marrow transplantation in adults.

By Kristina Fiore | Posted September 27, 2006

A Sober Woman's Thoughts

A Sober Woman’s Thoughts

Studies suggest alcohol can sharpen mental function in older women.

By Kristina Fiore | Posted September 15, 2006