Without Diversity of Blood Donors, Minority Patients Are Left Without Hope
If you're mixed race or an ethnic minority, your chances of finding a lifesaving bone marrow donor are drastically reduced. That's because the health system is stacked against minorities.
Losing Your Sense of Smell Really Stinks
Anosmia—an inability to smell—is more common than blindness or deafness, and it can be more isolating than you think.
The Man Who Tastes Sounds
Things get difficult when you're a synaesthete and the name of a friend's wife tastes like sick.
The Town Making the Horrifying Discovery That It's Built Out of Jewish Tombstones
The stones were "recycled" by the Communist Party after World War II to build houses, roads, and gardens in Brest, Belarus.