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New research finds that those who can identify and regulate their emotions keep pushing when the going gets tough
An in-depth biomechanical analysis of nearly everyone at the world track championships yields unexpected results
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You’ve heard the hype about meditation and other "non-judgemental awareness" practices. Now check out the data.
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.
The doctors who scrambled to rescue and triage survivors in 2015 look back in search of lessons.