The NBA May Be Pushing its Tallest Players to the Point of Injury
A doctor's theory about this season's injury epidemic.
Jalal Baig, MD
Astronauts Try Out ‘Skinsuits’ To Prevent Slipped Discs and Spine Stretching
A taste of Earth’s gravity, now in unitard form.
We Asked Women How Much They Care About Men’s Height
Is it really that necessary to list your height on your Tinder profile?
Should Short Kids Take Growth Hormones?
The FDA seems to think so.
Why Aren't There More Fat Baseball Players?
We spoke with scouts about why heavy players, tall catchers, and short pitchers have a hard time catching on in the big leagues.
All in Your Head
We Talked to a Roller Coaster Developer About Engineering Fear
He's the guy who thinks of new ways to make us scream.
The Ups and Downs of Being a Little Person
"People stare, point, and a whisper a lot. I'm a lot better at dealing with it than I used to be—there have been times when I didn't want to go out for fear of being mocked."
Ingvild Fischer, as told to Philipp Kienzl
A Virtual Reality Train Ride Reveals a Link Between Height and Paranoia
Feeling shorter made people more mistrustful of the passengers around them.