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Science

What we need to know from about ourselves and our world

Is matter just ‘a big fat lie?’

That may sound like a silly question. But if you were to take a stroll through the mind of astrophysicist Adam Frank, you might think otherwise.

Myths and realities of recycling

Recycling reduces the use of limited resources and energy and decreases the production of toxic substances that are by-products of mining and processing.

A 10th century remedy holds promise for curing modern-day MRSA

There is an emergent need not only to acknowledge the wisdom found in ancient health texts, but also to better utilize the gifts found in Mother Nature, allowing people to work together harmoniously to ensure man's ability to survive the coming "post-antibiotic era."

Is there a cure for allergies?

Despite years of searching, we’re still no closer to finding the antidote to ‘sneazin’ season.’ Could it be that there’s a spiritual solution?

In search of a cure for cancer

What was once written off as nothing more than ‘spontaneous remission’ could very well be a harbinger of treatments to come.

Redefining the mind-body connection

‘Is there a time we will discover that healing responses and mind-body medicine really moves more toward the mind side than the body side?’

You can’t google intuition

The Internet has a funny way of conflating fact and fiction, fooling us into believing some rather odd and inaccurate things about ourselves.