Kezman in front of the Berlin Wall

Q&A With Just Eat Filmmaker, Laura Kezman

In her new film confronting eating disorders, Kezman asks: “Why is the deadliest mental illness the least funded and the most ignored?”

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The Greatest Voyage Into The Unknown Might Be Right In Our Own Bodies

American virologist Nathan Wolfe says 40-50% of all the genetic information in our gut is unclassifiable—he calls it biological dark matter.


September Is Sickle Cell Awareness Month: Get Your Knowledge-Drop!

Because no one is out there making sexy bumper stickers to raise awareness for this deadly hereditary disease, we're here to try and shed some light.


Ebola is Killing Far More Women than Men

In its rampage through West Africa, Ebola has claimed 1350 lives--most of them female.


New Delhi in Crisis: Bands of Rhesus Monkeys Terrorize Population

Thinking of vacationing in India this summer? You may want to avoid New Dehli and its out-of-control gangs of bullying monkeys.


What Can Ellis Island Teach Us About Today's Immigration Crisis

We’ve got a bonafide humanitarian crisis on our border. Should we turn to the past for direction?


Isolated Amazonian Tribe Makes First Contact with Modern World

Probably chased out of their homelands, this group seeks refuge in Brazil. But they may be more vulnerable than ever.


Science is Sweet: 4 Under-Represented Ways We Could Go Extinct

Tired of the same old plot lines for our ultimate destruction? We’ve got four obscure—but plausible!—ideas for humanity's finale.