• September 20, 2017
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Science & Technology

  • Health mystery: Was it cancer?
    Sep 13, 2017 By Sandra G. Boodman
    During Houston’s mild winters, her feet felt constantly numb and cold, like ‘blocks of ice’
  • Hot spots in a frigid ocean
    Sep 13, 2017 By Carl Zimmer
    Scientists are studying marine ecosystems to figure out how microscopic species cope with rising ocean temperatures
  • Doctors need to distinguish between the two conditions so it can benefit millions
  • A unique national experiment in England
    Aug 30, 2017 By Benedict Carey
    The world’s most ambitious effort to treat depression, anxiety and other common mental illnesses is under way
  • A living lab for genetic diseases
    Aug 24, 2017 By Steph Yin
    Medical predispositions among the sub populations across South Asia are being researched to understand the results of endogamy
  • The eclipse that revealed the universe
    Aug 18, 2017 By Dennis Overbye
    Few eclipses have had more impact on modern history than the one that occurred on May 29, 1919
  • The problem with news covering nutrition is that studies not designed to answer specific questions are portrayed as though they do
  • An insight into autism
    Aug 02, 2017 By Pam Belluck
    Research suggests that genetics underlie how children seek out formative social experiences like making eye contact or observing facial expressions
  • Fizzy milk or crunchy cheese, anyone?
    Aug 02, 2017 By Harry Wallop
    Big food companies are seeking ways to adapt due to the rise of “clean eating” that has rendered many staple foods unpopular
  • What to blame for your stomach bug
    Jul 26, 2017 By Kate Murphy
    Most of us exper­ience an “acut­e gastr­ointe­stina­l event­“ at least once a year. Readi­ng the clues might reduc­e your risk in the futur­e
  • A groundbreaking bone-mending technique
    Jul 26, 2017 By N.P. Krishna KumarSpecial to Weekend Review
    Advanced medical technology that helped a cute Glasgow dog back on her feet could benefit everyone
  • A taste for blood
    Jul 19, 2017 By Adrian Higgins
    The way these plants have engineered themselves to consume insects is wondrous and amazes each generation that grows up to discover this phenomenon
  • The solution to skin ailments
    Jul 19, 2017 By Ferris Jabr
    Only in the last few years have scientists seriously studied how to therapeutically modify the skin’s native colonies of microbes
  • World’s plastic binge ‘dangerous’
    Jul 05, 2017 By Sandra Laville and 
Matthew Taylor
    Annual consumption is set to top half a trillion by 2021, far outstripping recycling efforts and jeopardising oceans, coastlines and other environments
  • When anxiety masks a medical problem
    Jul 05, 2017 By Jane E. Brody
    Some patients seeking treatment for depression may have an underlying condition that must be addressed before any emotional symptoms are likely to resolve
  • A mummy’s medical secret
    Jun 28, 2017 By Nicholas St Fleur
    By investigating their secrets, scientists are seeking insights into the lives of people in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries