Today's world is a strange place. We are inundated with signals from early on in life, encouraging each of us to walk a particular path, establishing blinders on us along the way to discourage us from looking for alternatives to what the herd is do
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In the 1960s science fiction film Fantastic Voyage, audiences thrilled to the idea of shrinking a submarine and the people inside it to microscopic dimensions and injecting it into a person's bloodstream.
One January when I was a Boy Scout, my troop and I went camping in Missouri to participate in an event known as "Trappers' Rendezvous," an annual gathering of around 6,000 Boy Scouts to trade (almost) anything, from folding knives and rabbit pe
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Myriam Sidibe is a warrior in the fight against childhood disease. Her weapon of choice? A bar of soap. For cost-effective prevention against sickness, it's hard to beat soapy hand-washing, which cuts down risk of pneumonia, diarrhea, cholera and w
Flu season is upon us, and the pressure to get the flu vaccine is high. But do you need to get the shot to stay free of the flu this fall and winter? The Liberty Beat caught up with Dr. Matthew Buckley of Kinsei Mind Body to discuss the practical way
Early detection, we're often told, is the surest way to beat cancer. It's the reason why, year after year, men and women of a certain age dutifully visit their doctors and undergo uncomfortable tests to screen for things like prostate and breast