• April 24, 2014 |  The Pulse

    Why alcohol marketing targeting women has public health researchers concerned

    The liquor cabinet in David Jernigan's office is fully stocked—mostly with flavored, fruity, carbonated and pink-labeled--adult beverages.
  • April 24, 2014 |  The Pulse

    Temple scientists hit Gulf of Mexico to explore human-generated deep-sea acidification

    Temple University scientists are embarking on a three-week cruise to search for clues on ocean acidification and its impact on deepwater coral reefs. ...
  • April 24, 2014 |  The Pulse

    Germs in space! NASA launches WHYY microbe to observe in microgravity

    A microbe collected at WHYY was one of 48 samples recently sent to the International Space Station to test how microbes grow in microgravity.
  • April 24, 2014 |  The Pulse

    Bedside manner 101 for Drexel med students

    Med students learn biology, chemistry, and physiology, but what about bedside manner? In a modern medical education, there are exams for that, too.
  • April 24, 2014 |  The Pulse

    Dealing with mom's baggage after decades of hoarding

    One woman shares her story of cleaning up years' worth of newspaper clippings, cassette tapes and other memories from her mother's home.
  • April 24, 2014 |  The Pulse

    From near extinction to internet sensation: the remarkable comeback of Pennsylvania’s bald eagles

    A look at the budding bald eagle obsession in Pennsylvania.
  • April 24, 2014

    Autism risk increases in children born to older women, Drexel study finds

    Why autism strikes certain kids -- and not others -- has puzzled scientists for half a century. But one trend is clear: having older parents seems to ...
  • April 17, 2014 |  The Pulse

    Caring for caregivers when their lives feel 'a bit like war'

    A look at the challenges of caregiving and the ways in which we can help those providing care for a loved one.