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Cops aren’t the only ones handing out naloxone now

Cops aren’t the only ones handing out naloxone now

Even more pharmacies in Ohio are allowing the public to get anti-overdose drugs without a prescription

By | Posted October 28, 2016

The city’s not just on your mind — it's in it

The city’s not just on your mind — it’s in it

Particles from air pollution end up in your brain

By | Posted October 22, 2016

The mercurial effects of exercise

The mercurial effects of exercise

Exercise can’t hurt — but if you were exposed to mercury in the womb, it might not help your brain

By | Posted October 1, 2016

New York rowers look to the Paralympics

New York rowers look to the Paralympics

With adapted equipment, physically impaired athletes get out on the water

By | Posted September 6, 2016

The city limits of the Paralympics

The city limits of the Paralympics

Navigating the host city remains challenging after Games

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How bacteria can control your brain

How bacteria can control your brain

The microbiome affects more than just your gut

By | Posted April 6, 2016

There’s fungus in your food

There’s fungus in your food

A whole kingdom to thank for more than just mushrooms

By | Posted April 4, 2016

What is blood pressure?

What is blood pressure?

The meaning behind the numbers

By | Posted March 23, 2016

PODCAST: Sleep well, medication-free

PODCAST: Sleep well, medication-free

Scienceline explores non-pharmaceutical ways for insomnia sufferers to get a better night sleep

By | Posted March 15, 2016

cancer cells under a microscope

What is cancer?

How one cell transforms into a disease

By | Posted March 9, 2016

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