Despite New Attention, Concussions Remain Mysterious

Despite decades of progress, successful treatment of concussions has been elusive and difficult.

The Peril of Skinny Jeans, Corsets, and Restrictive Clothing

what do skinny jeans and corsets have in common. as you may imagine, quite a bit.
Scientists collecting sewage sample

The Promise of Sewage

Sewage might be the key in tracking diseases.

No Foolin’: Jeremy Bentham’s Auto-Icon

There is a curious display in a glass-fronted cabinet at University College London. It's Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832) .

The Culture of Tuberculosis

When perusing the biographies of artists, you'll notice that a large number of them had tuberculosis.

Help is on the Way for Snakebite Victims

Researchers have developed a way to identify the species of snake through a DNA swab of the bite, without killing it.

2014 is the International Year of Crystallography

UNESCO has declared 2014 to be the International Year of Crystallography.

On the Anniversary of Freud’s Death

A collection of JSTOR research on Sigmund Freud, 75 years after his death.