We wanted to know: in the face of climate change and innovation, how will food fare? Top food experts weigh in.
The thresholds that define low iron can be different for athletes compared to non-athletes
A new book argues that specialization—in sport and life—is overrated
Photographer Christian Vizl documents the ocean’s beauty to show us what we’re ravaging
It’s not a miracle, and it’s not a secret, but the link between fitness levels and the risk of lung and colorectal cancers is impressively strong
What do we lose when we lose the animals that make up the soundtrack of the outdoors?
Since 2000, Tim Friede, a truck mechanic from Wisconsin, has endured some 200 snakebites and 700 injections of lethal snake venom—all part of a masochistic quest to immunize his body and offer his blood to scientists seeking a universal antivenom. For nearly two decades, few took him seriously. Then a gifted young immunologist stumbled upon Friede on YouTube—and became convinced that he was the key to conquering snakebites forever.
The real magic of much-hyped ketone supplements, according to Belgian scientists, is how they enhance recovery
New evidence suggests that strengthening your respiratory muscles can translate to improved performance in thinner air
Five years after he famously Facebooked his way to rescue from a Himalayan crevasse, scientist and climber John All is back on Mount Everest, looking for answers about how global warming is affecting the highest peaks on earth