Antinutrients are the buzzy new word in nutrition, but they're not quite what their name would imply
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In 2015, in a secret medical procedure carried out in Bogota, Colombia, the 44-year-old woman got dozens of experimental gene-therapy injections. Why? Because Parrish, the creator of a longevity company called BioViva, believes that science is on the cusp of delivering radically longer lifespans—and she wants to help bring on the revolution.
The new mega fires raging across the West are polluting the air above states like Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming the worst
Frustrated by overly cautious restrictions at cliffs, some climbers are leading efforts to create flexible, evidence-based management
If you live through a strike, the recovery can be a confounding, bizarre journey that never really ends.
Scientists discovered that the temperature of a patch of water on the other side of the world can help predict how dry winters will be in the Southwest
A survey of backpackers' tactics on the 220-mile high-country route offers insights on what works and what doesn’t
Scientists point the finger at the brain chemical adenosine for the endurance-sapping effects of mental fatigue.