Dawn of the Text-Message Therapist
Can digital therapy meet the needs of a larger and more diverse patient population?
What It’s Like For Someone Who’s Blind to 'See' by Echolocation
Echolocation can be a neurological replacement for vision in people who are blind.
The Ambitious Plan to Pump Oxygen Back into the Baltic Sea
Can the Baltic breathe again?
Forget Fingerprints—in the Future We'll Be Identified by Gut Bacteria
Scientists have shown for the first time that people can be identified with unique microbial “fingerprints.”
This Couple Is Raising $1 Million to Fund Medical-Grade MDMA and Mushrooms
Norwegian researchers are crowdfunding psychedelics for use in therapy.
What Is CRISPR/Cas9 and Why Is It Suddenly Everywhere?
The controversial gene editing technique is three years old, but just catching on in the mainstream now.
Scientists in China Just Edited Genes in Human Embryos for the First Time
A lackluster first attempt suggests we're a long way off from safely gene-editing human babies.
Treating OCD With Gamma Rays Is Really Hard
Researchers are advancing novel treatments for severe OCD.
Germline engineering could lead to designer babies and superstrength
Using CRISPR-Cas9 to edit genes is controversial but exciting
Panama Is 10 Million Years Older Than Once Thought: Study
Panama's been lying about its age.
I Went Sensory Speed Dating in Brooklyn and Fed a Man a Banana
A new type of speed dating may make you rethink your romantic attractions.
A Tale of Two Therapies
Can too much 'evidence' be a bad thing for psychotherapy?