• August 21, 2014 |  The Pulse

    Taming our inner CEO to find creativity

    Can we hack the brain to make it more creative?
  • August 21, 2014 |  The Pulse

    Journals requiring more transparency

    A bogus University of Pennsylvania study helped jump-start a movement toward additional data disclosure.
  • August 21, 2014 |  The Pulse

    Why do we like to be scared?

    The science behind fear...and why we seek it out.
  • August 21, 2014 |  The Pulse

    What happens to free school lunches during summer break?

    With school just a few weeks off, some kids are soaking up the final, carefree days of summer. Yet for many children, summer can mean going hungry.
  • August 22, 2014 |  The Pulse

    Turning tampons into agents for change

    A Philadelphia company uses feminine hygiene products to empower girls in developing countries.
  • August 21, 2014

    $22 million just a drop in the ice bucket for ALS research

    Bill Gates has done it. Oprah, Conan O'Brian, LeBron James and Mark Zuckerberg have done it. Everywhere, people famous and not so famous are dump...
  • August 15, 2014 |  The Pulse

    Sickle cell disease still persists 100 years after discovery

    A look at sickle cell disease and why there aren't more promising options for treatment.
  • August 14, 2014 |  The Pulse

    Debating wider participation in medical research

    Author Ruha Benjamin says "the legacy of Tuskegee" is too often used as shorthand to refer to a perceived mistrust among black people and a ...
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