Some Women Marathoners Run Faster After Giving Birth
The idea of a post-pregnancy performance bump gets passed around among elite female runners. But does it really exist?
There's a Reason Some Men Take Up So Much Space When They Sit
In defense of manspreading.
The Fittest People in the World Rarely Break a Sweat
What Nepali Sherpas are teaching researchers about exercise science.
What's Happening Inside Your Body During a Soul-Crushing Hangover
It ain't pretty.
During Times of Extreme Stress, Share Good News
Soldiers who shared good news with their loves ones had better physical and mental health.
Meredith Rutland Bauer
You're Smarter Than That
Actually, the Weather Isn't Giving You Joint Pain
Science says stop your whining.
Fight Doctor – The Physiology of Dehydration and Best Way to Rehydrate Without an IV
A medical doctor breaks down the science behind dehydration, and offers solutions for the WADA enforced IV ban on MMA.
Darragh O'Carroll MD
What Ayahuasca Taught Me About Taking Care of My Health
A case for psychosomatic medicine.
Ana Cecilia Alvarez
This New Exhibition Is a Tour of the Human Body’s ‘Hidden Organ’
I, for one, welcome our bacterial overlords.
Dinosaurs’ Noses Kept Their Brains from Melting, Study Finds
It’s like having an air conditioner on your face.
We Don't Trust People with a Bitchy Resting Face, Science Shows
But a "trustworthy face" can be faked.
Why Paleontologists Get Riled Up Over This 'Heretical' Pterosaur Concept Art
The forms David Peters draws are often wildly at odds with our traditional understanding of pterosaur physiology.