The poop on “fecal microbiota transplantation”

It’s disgusting, but for some, it works.

by Jeffrey Perkel


8 years ago, I aborted twins, maybe

But I found that out only last month.

by Emily Willingham

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25 myths about the flu vaccine debunked

Setting the record straight on the flu vaccine

by Tara Haelle

I Am Mental Illness

The gift of depression and mood disorder

What do you do when your illness feeds your success?

by Sarah Boon

Not knowing

There will be a next time, another severe and major depression. 

by Nobody


Depressing genes

Can depression be a matter of genetic fate?

by Siobhan Mitchell



Ladies? It gets better

Emily Graslie promises.

by Emily Willingham

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Leave no vagina behind

Painful intercourse after menopause has solutions

by Tara Haelle


Of CRISPR/Cas and the power of basic research

Researchers discover what they didn’t set out to find.     

By Jeffrey M. Perkel

Women In Science

The great experimental physicist Chien-Shiung Wu in 1958. [Credit: Smithsonian Institution]

Madame Wu and the backward universe

Physics isn’t (quite) the same in a mirror
by Matthew R. Francis

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Scientists Highlighted on Double X Science Jr.

Role model scientists inspire the next generation.
by Adrienne M. Roehrich.


The Girls of Atomic City

Part of WWII you knew nothing about

by Chris Gunter

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