- National Geographic - Roff Smith
Their “vital mental medicine” included strict routines, sprightly tunes, and a vision of a happy ending. With his ship the Endurance being crushed by pack ice and sinking fast, Antarctic explorer Sir Shackleton
- Forbes - Robert Glatter, MD
By now, many people may be familiar with loss of smell or taste or ”Covid toes” (red and sore toes) as markers of Covid-19 infection. But there is now another possible clinical condition to consider, on
- The New York Times - Christina Caron
For the Langstaff family, the bedtime routine had become more like a bedtime marathon. “My son has struggled with sleep from the moment he was born,” Anna Langstaff, the head of a Montessori school in
- FOX Business - Daniella Genovese
The world's first 3D artificial eyeball -- capable of outperforming the human eye in some ways -- may help droves of people who are partially or fully blind in as little as five years, according to experts.