How Much Do We Really Know about Our Brains? + Other Stories
Every week, we corral the best wellness stories from around the internet—just in time for your weekend bookmarking. This week: how income inequality harms everyone, a straightforward guide to state-by-state science measures on the ballot, and how the cerebellum may be doing more than we ever realized.
Election day is approaching and we encourage you to exercise your right to vote. Reporter April Reese brings us a state-by-state guide to important technology, science, and environment policies.
New research on the part of the brain that regulates language, emotions, and planning suggests that it may be responsible for more than previously thought.
In this thoughtful look at the impact of inequality, Robert Sapolsky writes that “more unequal societies have worse quality of life.”
Doctors and scientists are struggling to understand a rare illness that has left children across the country paralyzed.