• April 29, 2016 |  The Pulse

    Hacking your attention, for depression treatment

    "Fifty percent of people respond to therapy, and 50 percent of people respond to medication, they're not necessarily the same 50 percent."
  • April 29, 2016 |  The Pulse

    Does running really clear your mind?

    Sometimes runners sound like a broken record. Having a tough day? Go for a run. Can't think straight? Go for a run. In a lousy mood? Go for a run...
  • April 29, 2016

    Rutgers researchers nurture young trees in hopes of reviving American chestnut

    As Arbor Day is observed Friday, Rutgers University researchers are making efforts to bring back a species of tree that used to be among the tallest a...
  • April 29, 2016

    Philly City Council cultivating interest in vertical farming

    There's a growing interest in urban or vertical farming, and Philadelphia's City Council is planning a hearing to learn more. The mini-farms...
  • April 28, 2016 |  The Pulse

    Dancing to rhinoplasty: Matmos turned surgical sounds into music

    The experimental electronic duo Matmos, comprised of M.C. Schmidt and Drew Daniel, is known for sampling rather unusual objects and organisms, and eve...
  • April 28, 2016 |  The Pulse: Commentary

    Practicing medicine in Haiti, when your best isn't enough

    Is care provided by a total rookie better than no care at all? A first-year pediatrics resident in Philadelphia speaks about an experience she had whi...
  • April 28, 2016 |  The Pulse

    Artist finds hope after violent tragedy, insanity plea and decades in psych hospital

    Issa Ibrahim is an artist, a musician, and a writer. That's his most recent bio – but his past has a very dark side to it.
  • April 28, 2016 |  The Pulse

    Ex-felon to-do list: get a job, stay sober, get health care

    Traditionally, states have canceled Medicaid coverage for people who get thrown in jail. In recent years, though, more states have changed their regul...
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