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4.11.19

A Look at the Trillions of Microorganisms That Live in and on You

Scientists are continuing to learn what the microbiome does for our health, and how certain diseases and disorders are associated with changes in your microbes.

12.13.18

How to Get Some of the Benefits of a Vegan Diet Without Actually Going Vegan

Eating kind of like a vegan can give you a healthier heart, lower cholesterol, awesome poops—and you don't have to part with your bacon.

10.8.18

People on the Keto Diet Have All Kinds of Problems Pooping

The high-fat, low-carb ketogenic diet can lead to constipation and diarrhea.

9.11.18

The 'Three and Three' Rule of Pooping Tells You If You're Normal or Not

Five experts weighed in on what's considered healthy and normal when it comes to pooping frequency.

6.5.18

What Your Poop Looks Like Can Reveal a Lot About Your Health

Scientists developed a seven-point scale called the Bristol Stool Chart.

9.15.17

VILLAIN or HERO? A Vandal Cuts Off Internet for Thousands of New Yorkers

New Yorkers hate Time Warner so much, it brings them together.

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7.26.17

The Town That Had Free Gigabit Internet

Pinetops, North Carolina’s fight to get municipal broadband demonstrates how far Big Telecom will go to keep its monopoly.

1.9.17

An Artist's Alter Ego Brings Otherworldly Textiles to Life

A Chilean creative producer is using an alter ego to call attention to the importance of handmade garments.

11.17.16

CRTC to Big Telecoms: 'Abuses of Power in the System Will Not Go Unchecked’

Will the regulator live up to its strong words?

10.27.16

This Guy Has the Fastest Home Internet in the United States

Five ISPs offer 10 gigabit per second internet connections. So far, it looks like only one person in the US has bought one.

10.3.16

I Design the Food You Haven’t Even Eaten Yet

I research new ways to produce healthy and more efficient food. It’s about using technology to make better food in the future.

8.29.16

FCC Won’t Appeal Municipal Broadband Defeat to Supreme Court

After court defeat, municipal broadband fight shifts to Congress and the states.

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