PPCM may not be as rare as we think—but it doesn't have to be a death sentence.
Umbilical cords are fetal lifelines, but doctors still don't know a lot about their importance in pregnancy screenings.
You don’t know where that worm’s been … or where it will end up.
When languages die, so do entire generations of botanical knowledge.
But here’s our best advice.
We caught up with the pilot and vet to talk about the future of military aviation, ugly aircraft, and more.
The word allergy originated in 1906. Today it’s come to mean a million different things.
We might one day fix our whole bodies by balancing the organisms inside.
Plants can offer a lot of help with everything from pain relief to heart disease.
You may not be a trauma surgeon, but you can use some of the same coping mechanisms.
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