A mathematical approach to flagging suspicious race times shows its worth
Researchers studied 1,500 Rocky Mountain forests that had been burned by wildfires. They found that most of the woods aren't recovering after the blaze—and in some cases, they're not returning at all. The culprit? A warming planet.
The world of capsules, pills, and powders is fraught with junk science and sketchy brands. Here's how the professionals wade through the confusion.
A new study explores why we're stronger and faster when someone is watching
The North Face's newest running tights use eye-tricking patterns to make women look taller and slimmer. Do they work?
Pain psychologists explore the differences between those who finish ultra-endurance races and those who don't
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Recent studies have arrived at the same blunt conclusion: the world’s last, big wildlands are disappearing at an alarming rate. Is there anything to be done?
From filmmakers, Alex Gorosh and Wylie Overstreet, this video is a product of intense boredom.
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